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2014 Hentley Farm The Beast Shiraz
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- Cellar 8 - 10 years (2024-2026)
- ABV 14.8%
- Closure: Cork
The fruit for Hentley Farm’s ‘The Beast’ is sourced from a single block located high on a hill where the soils are shallow and the sunlight even resulting in a Beast that exhibits great concentration and richness with soft grippy tannins. Maturation takes place in French oak, of which 60% is new, for a period of 22 months.
Magnificent colour saturation displaying an inky black core and very deep dark purple black hue. Powerful aromas of blackberry and liquorice waft from the glass overlaying a back drop of smoky vanillin cedar, a touch of dried meats and pepper. The palate is rich and powerful yet embodies refinement with sleekly textured flavours of liquorice and blackberries infused with smoky vanillin cedar followed by hints of dark chocolate and some meatiness finishing with a burst of blackpepper. Despite their velvety appearance the tannins provide lovely grip and are very structured. Outstanding length with an exceptionally long aftertaste of liquorice, blackberry, smoky vanillin oak, some subtle dried meats and pepper. Limited stocks.
Cellar 8-10 years.
The road to intensity is littered with blackberries. This is where wine meets bitumen meets fruit meets oak. It's colossal in its breadth, depth and reach. It's like some prehistoric creature; it will take an awful lot for its magnificence to ever be dimmed; it will live on for as long as you want it to. Drink by 2045.
James Halliday’s Australian Wine Companion