First impressions reveal black fruits, black olive, pepper, and roasted meat. It is medium to full bodied, with a little more spice on palate. Quite sleek and tight, and thankfully not overly tannic, but still crunchy and spicy. The real surprise with this one however is when you give it some air. Generous amounts of opulently sweet fruit emerge from the glass as the palate becomes less tense. Savouriness giving way to sweetness.
93 points - Joshua Greene, Wine & Spirits Magazine
d'Arenberg Wines, McLaren Vale, South Australia