24 years old, and in the prime of its life, so much so another 24 mightn’t tire it. The cork was a war of attrition, alternatively fragmenting and resisting its removal. The wine itself is all about giving, warm and welcoming with its velvety mouthfeel and soft dark berry and plum fruits sustained by gentle tannins.

This is a lovely traditional Hunter shiraz, old vines and low yield making the wine, neither new oak or whole bunches playing any part, the crowning glory is its modest alcohol and inherent freshness.

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