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Saturday, 10 February 2018

Andrew Seppelt Wines Serine Shiraz 2016

Subtle black fruit on offer here, briary hints that allude to a pebbley minerality. Thinking more about dusky violets. Barossa Shiraz paired back. 

An initial subtlety deceives, giving way to a somewhat intense pepper and cloven spice palate. The magic here for me is the minerality riven through the wine; graphite tannin, fine and persistent across the palate. 

A slight bitterness through the final third adds a savoury element, a gentle acidic punch awakening. Good showing. 92 

Tasted on: Thursday 1st June, a Fruit day
Source: Cellar Door
Price: $40
Alcohol: 14.5%
Closure: DIAM

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