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2017 ‘Mother’s Milk’ Barossa Shiraz

RRP: $28.00

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Not a sledgehammer style, this Barossa Shiraz is made for drinking! Soft, slurpy and textured it is balanced with good acidity, which refreshes the palate and makes you go back for a second / third glass. It is matured for 15 months in old French oak hogsheads sur lie to allow the fruit to fully express itself.

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2016 'Mother's Milk' Shiraz

11 April 2018, huonhooke.com, Huon Hooke Score: 92

Deep red/purple colour with a spicy aroma and flavour, some walnutty influences and a medium-bodied, intense and finely-honed palate. It finishes with a little firmness from tannin and warmth from alcohol. Nicely balanced, though. A stylish wine, already drinking well and with future potential. A very tasty glass of shiraz. At this price, it's great value.

2016 'Mother’s Milk' Shiraz

July 2017, jamessuckling.com, James Suckling, 92 points

Aromas of tar and spice with plenty of fruit follow through to a medium to full body, with juicy fruit and a long and flavorful finish. This is balanced and fine-grained. Drink now. Screw cap.

2015 'Mother’s Milk' Shiraz

April 2017, Wine Spectator, MaryAnn Worobiec. Score: 92

Juicy and vivid, bursting with cherry and cranberry flavors that are smooth and generous. Hints of vanilla and mocha smooth out the details, finishing supple and creamy. Drink now through 2028. -MW

2014 'Mother’s Milk' Shiraz

5 August 2016 by Julia Harding MW. Score: 17

Deep crimson. Rich in spicy dark fruit, more black cherry than cassis, with just a hint of eucalyptus and sweet spice. There’s dark chocolate on the palate and tannins that are disconcertingly fine, cutting through all that fruit depth to create something far more elegant than I expected initially. Long, fresh, spicy finish. Great finesse for a big wine. (JH)

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