Maverick Wines was established in 2004. The objective was and is to be one of the top premium boutique wineries in Australia. Although the company is young, Maverick owns 75 acres of vineyards from the top terroirs across the Barossa Valley and Eden Valley. Approximately half of the vines are over 100 years old, and many much older.
The wine shows core of sweet fruit richness combined with seductive spicy complexity, showing black/purple fruit, clove, olive and cedar aromas on the nose, followed by a wonderfully generous palate that displays waves of rich texture and silky tannins, finishing impressively long and polished. At its best: 2023 to 2034; Price: $50.00; Rating: 95 Points; Sam Kim; Wine Orbit
Medium crimson. Intense pure blackberry dark plum aromas with aniseed notes. Medium concentrated but generous fruit sweet wine with blackberry, mulberry plum flavours, fine soft looseknit tannins and integrated acidity. Finishes firm and long with a chalky plume. Alcohol: 13.5%; Drink: Now - Soon; Rating: 92 Points; Andrew Caillard MW
Deep purple colour. Crushed raspberries, rosemary and some dry earth aromatics. A big front-palate of black fruits, good layers of crushed-rock minerality and cured-meats. A grip of tannins keeps the focus and it runs long to the finish. A very savoury and refined Barossa shiraz. Drink: 2020 - 2030; Price: $50.00; Rating: 90 Points; Stuart Knox; Real Review
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