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2010 Kilikanoon Killerman's Run Shiraz
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- Cellar Drink Now - 5 years (2012-2017)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Screw Cap
Established in 1997, Kilikanoon has quickly established a reputation for producing world class, iconic Shiraz from vineyards located in the Barossa & Clare Valley’s. Winemaker Kevin Mitchell has also turned his hand to more budget priced offerings, producing wines that offer ‘Killer Value’ under the Killerman’s Run label, with fruit being sourced from a range of low yielding vineyards located throughout South Australia. US wine guru Robert Parker describes Kilikanoon as “one of the most brilliantly run wineries in Australia….. thanks to the enviable talents of winemaker Kevin Mitchell.”
A Richly Flavoured South Australian Shiraz that delivers Great Value.
Maturation took place in small French and American oak casks.Totally opaque black purple colour with deep dark purple hue. The nose displays lifted top notes of ripe blackberry and dark plum followed by some liquorice and spice. Full bodied but relatively youthful the palate boasts opulent flavours of ripe blackberry and dark plum followed by some liquorice, a touch of toast and spice. Velvet smooth beautifully integrated tannins with long blackberry, dark plum, spicy earth and toast aftertaste.
Drink over the next 4-5 years (2012-2017)
Deep crimson, purple hue; a highly expressive and fragrant bouquet of fresh blackberry, orange rind, spicy oak and thyme; the sweet-fruited medium bodied palate is warm, generous and fresh, finding a balance between ripeness and savoury complexity; very good drinking for the price. Drink by 2016.
Ben Edwards - James Halliday's Australian Wine Companion