Classic Australian Shiraz brimming with plummy berried fruits, spices and ripe tannins. Benchmark Australian Shiraz!
Multi-regional wine showcasing warm-climate Shiraz, though named for the famous Kalimna vineyards in the Barossa Valley.
Maturation: Matured in American oak
(made from fruit grown in the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Langhorne Creek and Padthaway and aged for a year in used American oak hogsheads): Bright violet color. Highly aromatic scents of cassis, blackberry, vanilla and violet, with a smoky Indian spice overtone. Rich, layered and alluringly sweet, offering densely packed flavors of dark berry preserves, spicecake and floral pastilles. Opulent yet lively Shiraz with no apparent no rough edges. Smooth tannins add shape and grip to a very long, smoke-tinged finish, with the berry note strongly repeating.- Josh Raynolds - Vinous 91 Points
Thick and velvety flavors of plum and cassis are ripe and generous, showing hints of black tea, mineral and herbs on the finish. Drink now through 2030. 4,729 cases imported.–MW - Wine Spectator Magazine 91 Points
Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2013 Shiraz Kalimna Bin 28 has a wonderfully exuberant nose of ripe blackberries and blueberries with cracked pepper, roses and asphalt nuances. Medium to full-bodied and open-for-business now, it provides plenty of earth-laced black fruits flavors with a good amount of chew and a long finish. - Robert Parker 90+ Points