An Australian Wine Blog

Sunday, 20 November 2011

Deisen Shiraz 2004

On day 1 it was all about plush, rich chocolate against blueberry and raspberry goodness. Oak was considerate, framing the chocolate and berry.  Roll forward a day and the oak presents itself somewhat more obviously.

The palate: smooth, silk scarf smooth on entry.  The mid-palate shows lush, richness which gives way to some cinnamon.  Fair whack of heat coming through.  

Looked a bit disjointed on day 2. Drink now.

Source: Retail, Grand Central Cellars
Price: $40 approx.
Alcohol: 15.5%
Closure: Cork
Website: (sadly hacked at the time of writing)

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