96 Points - James Halliday "Hand-picked, 14 days on skins, 20 months in French barriques and hogsheads (72% new). Good depth to the colour; a powerful, medium to full-bodied shiraz expressing place, variety and vinification to maximum benefit. The black cherry and satsuma plum fruit has the usual cool grown exotic spices, and the tannins do their job to perfection."
97++ Points - Stuart McCloskey “Sourced from the very first planting of Chardonnay in the Adelaide Hills and continues to be revered as one of Australia's greatest Chardonnays. The current bottle price of $115.00 supports its domestic reputation. Struck match fades with a few minutes of aeration to reveal a whole spectrum of aromas ranging from confit lemon, sea spray, freshly squeezed lemon and lime, lots of minerality and a background of beeswax. The palate is flawless, everlasting with the weight and crystalline delineation of a Grand Cru Burgundy. It’s certainly not shy in coming forward but does offer enough restraint not to be too overwhelming. There’s a lovely satin texture with a killer line of acidity running through its core. More savoury than fruity with white toast, cashew and creamy chalkiness / oiliness which coats the palate. Harmonious and the little bottle age has done it wonders. Clearly, we should seriously re-consider our price! Drink now through to 2030. Served with Zalto Bordeaux glassware.”
**Available for delivery from Monday 2nd March - all orders including Seresin Zosia will be despatched on Friday 28th February**
97+ Points - Stuart McCloskey “Entering its twilight years, far from tired (drink up by 2022) and full of personality. Everything is in its right place and there is precision all the way to the long finish. I am impressed (very much so) with the wine’s complexity. Wonderfully natural, and this wine perfectly demonstrates that New Zealand Pinot Noir can last a decade in the right hands. The palate is defined, seamless with super-fine tannins. As one would expect; now offering tertiary aromatics and flavours ranging from hedgerow, wild strawberry, a little smoke, herbs and black tea… It’s a Pinot Noir for those searching out intellectual pleasures. What a marvellous wine. Served with Zalto Burgundy glassware”