Since 1952 this wine has long upheld Wynns Coonawarra Estate’s reputation as a producer of premium Coonawarra Shiraz.
Really attractive example of Coonawarra Shiraz here. Sweet fruits with light body. Elegant and bright with traces of cedar, chocolate and spice providing an outstanding finish to the wine. Shows that this great cabernet region also turns out damn fine Shiraz. Rating: 93 Points; Ray Jordan
It's a bit firmer than usual but the fruit and style is exactly how it should be. This is another very good release. It tastes of raspberry and plums with clove and sweet spice notes threaded through. It's medium in weight and well balanced. Drink to: 2027; Price: $25.00; Alcohol: 13.4%; Rating: 92 Points & Special Value Star; James Halliday Wine Companion
Tried and true, Wynns White Label Shiraz. It smells sweet and ripe but there’s a more savoury turn through the finish; all-up it feels balanced, well-weighted, well-structured and just all over well-made. If you like the Wynns White Label Shiraz style then this is a no-brainer; it’s a good release. Drink: 2019-2025+; Rated: 91 Points; Campbell Mattinson; The Wine Front
It ropes in peppercorn and clove flavours with sweet raspberry and plum, and then ties them all tidily together with well-integrated tannin. It works. Even better, it shouldn't be too hard to find it on discount. 25 Great Reds $30 & Under; Halliday Magazine
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