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Devil's Lair Dance With The Devil Shiraz Tempranillo

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Devil's Lair Dance With The Devil Shiraz Tempranillo

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Ray Jordan (2010 Vintage) says
A compelling mix of spices and herbs in this shiraz tempranillo blend. The dark cherry and plum fruits provide the basis with a plush though quite savoury and dry red blend. The sinewy tannins and understated oak allow the fruit to express itself beautifully. Very nice food wine.
The West Australian Wine Guide
92
Tyson Stelzer (2010 Vintage) says
A clever and well-executed blend with multi-talented food-pairing skills, this is a pepper and mixed spice-laden style with lifted violet aromatics, black plum fruit and a sour cherry note to keep it focused.
Wine 100, October Issue
92
James Halliday (2010 Vintage) says
To 2020
Australian Wine Companion 2013
93
Nick Stock (2010 Vintage) says
This cheeky blended red has a very meaty first impression, with charcuterie and spice, ahead of cassis and purple cherry notes; the tempranillo speaks strong here. The palate delivers an elegant impression with powdery tannin texture. Red fruits, cherries, cassis and sweet baking spice oak all mingle nicely. Drink young but decant if possible.
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Good Wine Guide
91
WINESTATE (2009 Vintage) says
Rich, ripe robust wine with nose showing ripe fruit, quality oak and a slight smoky element. Palate full of sweet fruit flavours and lovely velvety-smooth tannins. Offers easy drinking.
WINESTATE Volume 34 (2011) 2011
James Halliday (2009 Vintage) says
Australian Wine Companion 2012 2011
93
Ray Jordan (2009 Vintage) says
An interesting blend if these two varieties with the combination delivering a slightly fleshy middle palate that leads into some drier dusty savoury influences on the bright palate. Yummy drinking with just about anything from Italy or Spain.
Ray Jordan's 2011 WA Wine Guide 2011
90
Nick Stock (2009 Vintage) says
This makes a neat play for the spicy, medium-weight red market, with bright red-cherry and berry fruits on the nose, some musky oak and wild herbs. The flavours follow suit with nicely judged ripeness, and tannins wrestle playfully through the finish.
The Good Wine Guide 2011

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