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Wirra Wirra Woodhenge 'Basket Pressed' Shiraz 2016

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Wirra Wirra Woodhenge 'Basket Pressed' Shiraz 2016

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Fruit sourced from the Seaview, Whites Valley, McLaren Flat and Maslin districts. Deep and intense in colour, the bouquet is similarly brooding. Aromas of dark fruit, earth, chocolate and spice are there, but take some coaxing to emerge. Not massive, but thickly textured, almost palate coating, the flavours are all ripe fruit and warmth, the tannins inky and dry. Steven Creber, James Halliday 2019 Australian Wine Companion 93 points

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Deep crimson with a vibrant purple edge. Blackberry, plum and dark chocolate, spiced with star anise and fresh cedar. Brimming with deep and juicy blueberry and blackberry fruits. Dense, fleshy fruits are framed beautifully by sandy tannins and rich vanillin oak. Classic McLaren Vale Shiraz.



...beautifully put together. Balanced, ripe, etched with fine-grained tannin, complex in an easy-going way. It’s a mid-weight wine but if you like rich Australian shiraz, you will thoroughly enjoy this. Plums, cloves, toast, sweet spices – you know the drill. Excellent persistence. Excellent release.


Deep, intense bright red/purple colour, youthful and coupled with a similarly youthful bright bouquet which features smoky char-oak and sooty regional character in abundance. There's a touch of graphite about the taste and the palate is intense, concentrated and driving, with lots of well-formed lively, but not astringent, tannins. Acid is happily moderate. It has a sweet core of fruit, which is nicely hidden among the savoury aspects. Excellent. Huon Hooke, The Real Review 92 points


Fruit sourced from the Seaview, Whites Valley, McLaren Flat and Maslin districts. Deep and intense in colour, the bouquet is similarly brooding. Aromas of dark fruit, earth, chocolate and spice are there, but take some coaxing to emerge. Not massive, but thickly textured, almost palate coating, the flavours are all ripe fruit and warmth, the tannins inky and dry. Steven Creber, James Halliday 2019 Australian Wine Companion 93 points


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