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Turkey Flat has long established its distinguished, yet seemingly effortless, medium-bodied style that doesn't have to carry to burden of high alcohol; the flavours cover the full range of red, purple and black fruits, with a juicy core given texture and shape by precisely managed oak and tannins. Its overarching balance guarantees a long life. Drink by: 2038 Date tasted: 29/Jan 2015 Price: $47.00 Alcohol:14.3%. Rating: 95 Points; James Halliday

Turkey Flat Shiraz just keeps ticking over the scoreboard, accumulating runs. Little fuss but excellent results. It’s both elegant and bold; it milks the middle ground, and quite beautifully so. Plum, creamy vanillin, peppermint and clove with a slightly briney edge. Feels awkward when you first open it but given a good chance to breathe the gears slot snugly together. Grainy tannin is a highlight but its biggest plus is its balance. Poise is a better word to describe it. It’s not showy but it’s an excellent wine. Tasted: Mar15 Alcohol: 14.3% Price: $47 Closure: Screwcap Drink: 2017 - 2030+ Rating: 94+ Points; - Campbell Mattinson The Wine Front

Power packed. Offers a mainline experience of the Barossa Valley with its suppleness, deep, dark fruit flavour, spicy oak and cuddly tannins, but does it with an elegance and length that sets the wine amongst another echelon. It's Barossa at its classiest and most comforting. 14.3% Rating: 94 Points; Mike Bennie, WBM Magazine


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