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Recently did a comparative tasting to the 2005. The 2006 is of course more closed at the moment. While both are full-bodied the 2006 is generally... Read more
Lush chocolate and berries with nice acidity. Mellowed tannins and dark fruit with a whisper of oakiness. Very good. Read more
rich chocolate and cherries, needs a but of air but superb Read more
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Recently did a comparative tasting to the 2005. The 2006 is of course more closed at the moment. While both are full-bodied the 2006 is generally lighter and less tannic than the 2005. Neither are really at their peak but I would try the 2006 again in 2011 as a 5 year old and leave the 2005 until 2012 or so. Expect they will be drinking very well at that point.
Lush chocolate and berries with nice acidity. Mellowed tannins and dark fruit with a whisper of oakiness. Very good.
rich chocolate and cherries, needs a but of air but superb
<p>This award-winner displays the unique eucalypt and mint characters of Australia's Langhorne Creek's deep alluvial soils where it was produced. This Wolf Blass wine was its founder's favorite wine. It is also the only wine produced by this winery that has been sourced from just one region, Langhorne Creek, in its forty years.</p>
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