Another of winemaker Chris Hancock’s creations under the Robert Oatley company umbrella, here sourced from both Barossa Valley floor and Eden Valley vineyards. There’s a lot to like about this wine from a cooler vintage that has revealed over time a more measured and medium toned style in many Barossa reds. The Eden Valley fruit adds an immediate lifted aroma of dark, spiced plum and berry, all of which flows right into a rich, juicy palate with a mildly chewy mouth feel, medium to fuller bodied at most. In the right dining company – red meats, char-grilled – this makes for a very attractive companion.
Four in Hand Barossa Shiraz 2017
- 94 points
- Price: $27
- Drink: 2020 - 2028
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That was on the first list at Reserve back in 2013 and it was always a good seller.
I remember this one, couldn’t help but enjoy it
I feel your frustration and agree, it’s actually very good.