Review for Thomas Wines KISS Shiraz, Hunter Valley 2007

    edwardragg Wine Blogger September 23, 2010
    From the Landmark Tutorial (23rd Sept 2010, Yarra Valley), ‘Single Vineyards and Sacred Sites vs. Blending’ presented by Brian Walsh. Appearance: very dark purple. Nose: very perfumed intense black cherry and blueberry fruit with well-integrated oak. Young. Palate: lovely black and blueberry fruits on the palate with high coating tannins, lifting medium to medium-high acidity and balanced relatively high alcohol. Lots of length too. Conclusion: Andrew Thomas makes gorgeous Semillons and also a range of Shiraz wines of very high quality (some multi-regional). This has lovely purity of fruit, can be enjoyed now, but will surely repay cellaring to 2017 and beyond.  
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    18.5 /20

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