Craiglee 2007 Shiraz, Victoria

Posted by Keith Wallace

Australian wine review

The cooler climate of Victoria often delivers Shiraz with more complexity and a lighter framework than other South Australian regions.  This bottle is a wonderful example of that style.

Its dark violet stains the glass purple,  and its aromas offer up charcoal smoke and white pepper and dark blueberry and cherry. On the palate, the attack is fatty and fruity, with a hint of anise. On the midpalate, the wine lightens, turning fresh and light with fresh strawberry and cinnamon dominating. On the finish, the richness re-asserts itself with great tannic strength and a splash of cherry.

1 thought on “Craiglee 2007 Shiraz, Victoria”

  1. Magnificent web site. A lot of helpful info here. I’m sending it to several friends ans additionally sharing in delicious. And naturally, thank you in your sweat!


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