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2002 Peter Lehmann Stonewell Shiraz
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- Cellar 2 - 3 years (2009-2010)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Cork
Very deep crimson colour with deep crimson hue. Perfumed nose of cedar, blackberry and vanilla. The palate is very short and dry. Flavours of liquorice, cedar and vanilla with mocha and dark chocolate back palate. Fine dry tannins. The fruit is starting to dry out. Spicy aftertaste.
Cellar: 2-3 years (2009-2010)
First Tasted, September 2007: Opaque black crimson colour with black crimson hue. Top note of vanilla, followed by liquorice, confectionary, cedar and spice. The palate remains quite tight and lacks the voluptuous nature of classic Barossa Shiraz. Flavours of mocha and dark chocolate with liquorice in the background. The tannins are fine, chalky and on the dry side. Aftertaste of chocolate, spice and vanilla with dry tannins persisting.
Cellar 2-3 years (2009-2010)
Excellent colour; much firmer and more concentrated than Eight Songs; classy blackberry fruit, equally classy oak, and tannins which have more authority, the last still to fully soften into the wine. This is, and will be for many years, a classic. To 2025.
James Halliday – The Australian Wine Companion 2008 Edition
The 2002 Stonewell Shiraz was barrel fermented and aged in new French and American oak hogsheads. The fruit was sourced from several of the Barossa’s top addresses. It offers up aromas of toasty oak, spice box (cinnamon, clove, nutmeg), asphalt, blueberry, and blackberry liqueur. This is followed by a structured, tightly wound wine in which black fruits and chocolate make an appearance. It will benefit from another 8-10 years in the cellar and should drink well through 2027.
Drink 2015 - 2027
Jay Miller - Wine Advocate #173 Oct 2007