(2022) The vines here are planted on sandy loam at an altitude of 400 metres and 67 kilometres from the coast. Vines are aged 25 years, and the wines were aged 18 months in oak, 40% new. Deep colour but a little light on the rim given the extra year in bottle. Very attractive mint and eucalypt-touched black fruit aromas. Lots of creamy coffee and chocolate underpinning the ripeness. A beautiful, big mouthful of what I'd class as a more traditional take on Barossa Shiraz. Deep, vibrant, brimming with black fruit, real fruit sweetness and flesh set against a nicely bitter tannin and acid axis, slightly charry oak adding another edge. Classic. UK stockist is for an older vintage at time of review.