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Wynns Black Label Shiraz 2013 (6 Bottles)

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Renowned Black Label Shiraz From Wynns Coonawarra

There’s one name that’s synonymous with the red earth and premium Red wines of Coonawarra. That name is Wynns. And this is one of their finest.

The Bottom Line

  • Shiraz brother to THE Black Label
  • 96 Points from James Halliday
  • Iconic “Black Label” from Wynns Coonawarra
  • Will cellar long-term if you fancy some serious age
  • Limited six-packs available, hurry!

Though Cabernet is certainly the most famous variety to come out of the world-renowned Terra Rossa soil of Coonawarra, the top Shiraz is similarly world-class, and this Black Label is right up there with the best of them.

Released on “Wynnsday” last year (the first Wednesday in August, along with all the new vintages of Wynns’ flagship labels) Halliday has already adorned this vintage with a massive 96 Points – one better even than the lauded 2012. It’s rich, it’s complex, and it’ll cellar for years to come if you’ve got the necessary patience.

It’s one of the finest Shiraz releases to date from undoubtedly the biggest name in Coonawarra. A label that’s more than earned a place on the top shelf with its famous Cabernet brother.

Tasting Notes

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14 months in a combination of new and used French oak (30% new).
Deep purple with a bright purple hue.
Concentrated notes of dark cherry and blood plums, followed by raspberry, bay leaf and lavender.
Dark and focused, filled with juicy and vibrant fruit. Blood plum and magnolia pervade the mid palate. Sleek, plush tannins frame the bright fruit creating a seamless, layered wine, telling of its cool climate home.

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