Craiglee 2007 Shiraz, Victoria

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On January 28, 2013
Last modified:April 3, 2014


A 90-plus Shiraz that drinks like a Cote Rotie.

Cooler climate Shiraz are often the greatest and finest of all Australian wines. This bottle sports of aromas of beef jerky, wood smoke, and white pepper arrive first. A touch of reductive fruit comes forward along with a dash of freshly grated nutmeg. Similar to a Cote Rotie in structure, this baby sports a fresh zing of black cherries with aggressive tannins. The finish of mocha and silk completes the package.


A 90-plus Shiraz that drinks like a Cote Rotie.

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