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2014 Seppelt Chalambar Shiraz
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- Cellar 6 - 8 years (2022-2024)
- ABV 14%
- Closure: Stelvin
First produced in 1953 with legendary winemaker Colin Preece at the helm and labelled as Chalambar Burgundy, the fruit for this wine was sourced from the Grampians and Heathcote. 22% of the wine was aged in new French oak barriques with the balance in older French oak and a small portion in tank for a period of 12 months.
A Victorian classic with rich seductive fruit complemented by abundant structure.
Outstanding colour displaying an impenetrable inky black core with a very deep dark purple black hue. Elevated aromas of liquorice, dark plums and whiffs of Morello cherries make their way out the glass with underlying crushed rock, vanillin cedar and spice notes. Rich and seductive the full bodied palate boasts mouthfilling flavours of dark plums, Morello cherries and liquorice over some spicy vanillin cedar, crushed rock infusions and pepper. The Heathcote component clearly evident providing the weight and richness to the mid palate. The robust solidly built tannins providing the core of fruit with abundant structure. Long spicy dark plum, liquorice, crushed rock, vanillin cedar and peppered dried meats aftertaste. A very impressive follow up to the much loved 2013.
Cellar 6-8 years.
This is another terrific release. Well-fruited but savoury to it back teeth; light-ish but powerful enough; peppery but not sneezy with it; fingered with tannin but lengthy. It is spot on, to a tee, on the money; bullseye.
Campbell Mattinson – The Wine Front