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2013 Sanguine Estate Inception Shiraz
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- Cellar 6 - 8 years (2021-2023)
- ABV 14.8%
- Closure: Stelvin
Formerly known as the Estate Shiraz the 2013 Inception Shiraz was aged in predominately French oak barriques of which approximately 10% were new for a period of approximately 18 months.
An Outstanding Heathcote Shiraz possessing richness, depth and structure
Outstanding impenetrable inky black dark purple colour with a very deep dark purple black hue. Perfumed aromas of liquorice infused with violets, ripe blackberry and spicy dark plum are followed by vanillin cedar and light blackpepper. Rich, expansive flavours of liquorice, ripe blackberries and dark plum engulf the palate with underlying vanillin confectionary and spicy cedar finishing with a peppery conclusion. The wines outstanding concentration and richness is complimented by a good solid structure with very fine grained yet relatively tight knit tannins providing a firm support base for extended cellaring. Superb depth with a long aftertaste of liquorice, ripe blackberries, vanillin cedar and blackpepper.
Cellar 6-8 years.
Almost ridiculously good from all angles. Profound blackberry and plum fruit flavour, saucy/spicy/smoky input from oak, and sandalwood and earth-like grain/flavour to the tannin. It hits, explodes, ripples and runs. There's quite a deal of tannin but it's so well folded into the fruit, and generally so well balanced, that this can be enjoyed effectively at any stage of its development, depending on your preference. Drink by 2032.
Campbell Mattinson – James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion