As is to be expected, it’s rather tightly coiled upon opening with pointy angles of acidity, nashi pear juice and a little sniff of kerosene.
The great joy of tasting a wine this complex is the unlimited potential for discovery. Every sip yields something new, a new flavour, a new
From Kleeman vines planted in 1916 and it’s remarkable to think of the things (both heroic and horrific) that were happening on the world stage
Juicy wild berries and tart red fruits lift from the glass with a smattering of fragrant spice and a whiff of brambly undergrowth. A sip yields
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