Lacking the fruity, spicy punch of a good Aussie shiraz, this tasted more like a cabernet blend with a little bitters added. Drank better last year.
This was good. Fruity...didn't get the chocolate but Im sure it was there. James said it was dry and I found his to be dry, so....who knows.
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