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2015 Best’s Great Western Bin No.1 Shiraz
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- Cellar 6 - 8 years (2023-2025)
- ABV 14%
- Closure: Stelvin
Introduced due to the relative scarcity of Best’s Thomson Family and Bin 0 Shiraz wines, the Bin 1 Shiraz aims to provide an introduction to Great Western Shiraz style at a price point that gives the wine broader market access. Made predominantly from Best’s own vineyards it combines the varietals generosity with the regions cool climate elegance.
Combines Great Western’s classic cool climate elegance and savouriness with a generosity of fruit.
Totally opaque black purple colour with a bright dark purple hue. Highly fragrant the nose exhibits subtle violet top notes intermingling with inky blackberry and liquorice aromas over vanillin cedar followed by spicy pepper end notes. Medium bodied with an elegant yet generous mouthfeel the fleshy mid palate has plenty of richness featuring a combination of juicy blackberry, dark cherry and liquorice flavours over a subtle meatiness, vanillin cedar and a spicy peppered finish. Slightly dryish on the back palate with perfectly integrated almost velvet like tannins. Long spicy conclusion of blackberries, dark cherries, liquorice, vanillin cedar and pepper.
Cellar 6-8 years.
The combination of quality, style and price make this a no-brainer. You can buy this with absolute confidence. It’s fresh-faced and fruit driven but notes of cloves, gum leaves, undergrowth and toasty oak add various other angles and perspectives. There’s a silken, almost creamy aspect to the texture but the fruit remains vigorous; it has the liveliness of nerves. Balance is spot on, so too tannin and length. Go forth. Prosper. Drink well.
Campbell Mattinson – Wine Front