Langhorne Creek time and again shows that it produces quality fruit and wines that are underpriced. For those in the know, they present a fine option for value.
Bremerton, Selkirk, Shiraz, Langhorne Creek, 2018
Plums, spiced plum pudding, blackberry, white pepper grounds, pencil lacquer, chocolatey oak, drying eucalypt and pot pourri flakes. Silky and concentrated with fine berry focus. The tannins are finely knit, lightly drying and dusty. Good shape, medium-long in length and offering a savoury edge. Quality now or in 3 years time.
Rating: 17.5/20 (90/100)
Wine sample courtesy of Bremerton