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Deep crimson. Intense dark cherry, blackcurrant herb aromas with espresso, mocha notes. Inky rich, supple and classic with beautiful pure dark berry, mulberry, chinotto notes, fine grained tannins and underlying mocha oak. Finishes al dente firm with a long graphite plume. A beautifully balanced wine with superb freshness, texture, modulated power and vinosity. Outstanding. Rating: 98 Points; Andrew Caillard MW

The depth of its purple-crimson hue telegraphs an ultra-powerful wine of impeccable breed and balance, needing a minimum of 10 years to relax. In wine terms, the case to delay its release to coincide with that of Grange is obvious, but in financial terms it simply won't happen. A great John Riddoch in the making. Drink by: 2047; Price: $129.99; Alcohol: 13.5%; Rating: 97 Points & Top 100 Wines of 2015; James Halliday

Deep red with a good touch of purple: an excellent colour. There are ripe blackberry fruit aromas, clean and intense, with a touch of violets. The wine is concentrated and deep in the mouth, with muscle and grip, all in acceptable balance. The wine is firm and slightly sinewy in tannin, tight and elegant, the grip and flavour continuing long after the wine has left the mouth. It's not a very big wine, but concentrated. It demands patience, as the tannins are dominant and the flavours are yet to fully emerge. It has a big cellaring future. A superb wine - but not ready yet. Cellar it! Drink 2019 to 2052; Rating: 97 Points & Ranked 1 of 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon tasted from Coonawarra; Huon Hooke

A luxuriant and worthy successor to the 2010 vintage, whose lustrous if slightly closed bouquet of cassis, small red fruits and polished cedar/vanilla oak overlies nuances of dried herbs and a hint of roasting pan juices. It steadily unfolds layers of small dark and red berries, fresh fine-grained oak influence and drying, ultra-fine, oak-derived tannins, finishing supremely long and persistent with a refreshing acidity. More supple and elegant than previous releases under this label, but with exceptional cellaring potential. Drink: To 2042-2052; Rating: 97 Points; Jeremy Oliver


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