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(2023) Darker in colour than the Darshan with more structure (35% new oak). More tannin and fruit power with marked intensity of flavour and terrific concentration. Dhillon rates this as one of his very best vintages, and it is easy to see why. Such freshness and length with real ageing potential. No UK stockist at time of review. (GD)
Carodus is a very small production and a barrel selection from the oldest vineyards at Yarra Yering. The Shiraz comes from ancient bush vines, all made in one ton fermenters. Beautiful coffee and dark, fleshy plum, loads of exotic spice giving clove, violet and tobacco, delicious and retains great freshness, Is there a touch of Viognier here? On the palate It's a multi-layered wine effortless blending richness and agility into a cool, long finish of lean acidity and tight, supple tannins. A real stand out wine this.
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