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Now deep garnet-black in colour, the 2002 Raydon Shiraz exudes lovely black fruits, Asian spice and mint notes over blackberry, crème de cassis and roast game, which comes across as a savoury and meaty whiff. Full-bodied, it is generous and rich in the mouth with layers of fruit cascading over the palate, possesses full body and a medium-firm level of fine-grained tannins. It is a voluptuously textured and impeccably balanced Shiraz which finishes long and fine. Drink it now until 2025+, re-tasted Feb 2013.
A huge, dramatic nose of Smokey bacon fat, jammy blue and black fruits is followed by a dense, full-bodied, layered wine crammed with ripe fruit. Its deep texture has now developed beautifully, sumptuous thickness, lushness, and admirable purity combine to give this full-bodied, flamboyant Shiraz a compelling character. I suspect there is more tannin than the wine is currently revealing. This is a mouth filling, gorgeously proportioned, well-endowed wine which is now drinking wonderfully well and should continue for another decade or more. Last Tasted April 2008
A world class Shiraz and best matched to a well charred barbeque steak, roast fillet of beef, a hearty steak and vegetable pie, veal chops, lamb tagine, roast lamb, perfect with pink duck and almost any meat dish with a rich reduction sauce. Will also suit Aged cheddar, parmesan or Gruyère cheese.
The Borrett family has been growing vines in the Langhorne creek region since 1915, their crop is divided equally between themselves and Drew Noon, the quality of their fruit can only be described as first class, and whilst they display none of the marketing skills showed by Drew Noon the wines they produce are of world class stature.