95 Points - James Halliday "Open-fermented, destemmed, some whole bunch, pumpovers, 16 days on skins, matured for 17 months in French oak (14% new). The bouquet is fragrant, the wine no more than medium-bodied, and well balanced courtesy of fresh red and dark fruits. It's not often that tannins decide the all-up quality of a Barossa Valley shiraz, but they do in this instance."
Joe Czerwinski (robertparker.com) "Largely dark-fruited, the 2019 Bella's Garden Shiraz boasts scents of blackberries, plums and cola. It's medium to full-bodied, supple and almost creamy in texture, finishing with savory notes of black olive and spice. While it's not as flamboyant as some of the other Garden series wines this year, it shows remarkable harmony and complexity."