(2016) Thirty months in oak (50% new) for this 2012 where Shiraz made 98.5% of the blend. It adds a bit of sizzling bacon fat and meaty development over the 2013, but that is layered onto the plush black fruit, so much plushness and depth, and still little floral glimpses. A really firm core of tannins and acids, but all about the balance, the juiciness, a vital cherry skin edge of tannin and acid, and long and pure in the finish. Just delicious again and will age for decades I guess.