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Torzi Matthews Schist Rock Shiraz 2018

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Torzi Matthews Schist Rock Shiraz 2018

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"93 Points. Winefront.com.au
This wine comes in at under $20 if you shop around. That’s incredible value. Dom Torzi sets a modest price, but is invariably confident about the quality of his wines. Bright blueberry and blackberry, plenty of pepper and spice, potpourri perfume. It’s medium bodied, sleek and dark cherry juicy, super fine tannin, some meaty and nutty flavours, gentle stony tannin pulling along the finish. Tasted: Aug19 Alcohol: 14.5% $25 Screwcap Drink: 2019 - 2028+" - Gary Walsh, The WIne Front.

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"93 Points. Winefront.com.au
This wine comes in at under $20 if you shop around. That’s incredible value. Dom Torzi sets a modest price, but is invariably confident about the quality of his wines. Bright blueberry and blackberry, plenty of pepper and spice, potpourri perfume. It’s medium bodied, sleek and dark cherry juicy, super fine tannin, some meaty and nutty flavours, gentle stony tannin pulling along the finish. Tasted: Aug19 Alcohol: 14.5% $25 Screwcap Drink: 2019 - 2028+" - Gary Walsh, The WIne Front.


"The second label to the glorious ’18 Frost Dodger and is basically the non dried fruit portion and aged in ex-Frost Dodger barrels.


What a $25 wine it is too. Fennel, dark chocolate and dark berries with a little mint. Maybe a bit more diffuse than the top dog (which has the added complexity of air-dried fruit), but this is plush fruited and generous with a liberal dose of spice and light tannins. Modern Barossa in a good way.


You could pay $40 a bottle and get less wine. Best drinking: now to ten years. 17.7/20, 92/100. 14.5%, $25. Would I buy it? Absolutely." Andrew Graham

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