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Yering Station Barak's Bridge Shiraz

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Yering Station Barak's Bridge Shiraz

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James Halliday (2000 Vintage) says
Medium red-purple; light, cherry fruit with faintly dusty/charry oak in the background leads into a palate with some length, and sweet, albeit relatively light, cherry fruit. Better value than the Yering Station Shiraz of the same vintage.
Australian Wine Companion 2003 2002
85
Max Allen & Peter Forrestal (1999 Vintage) says
Personal preference plays a big part in wine tasting and drinking, and Barak's Bridge is a case in point. Both of us have tried this wine a number of times: Peter loves its perfumed spicy aromas, supple, fleshy texture and firmish, lingering finish; while Max sees it hanging on the edge with juicy, green pepper characters. We expect some people to love this style and others to find it a tad unripe. Barak's Bridge is the second label of the Yarra Valley's Yering Station and is made from a blend of Yarra and Cowra grapes, which have been barrel fermented in French oak.
Quaff 2001 2000
James Halliday (1998 Vintage) says
Medium purple-red; the bouquet is clean, moderately intense, with cherry and a touch of chocolate. The palate opens with attractive sweet fruit but does fall away quite markedly on the finish.
Australian Wine Companion 2001 2001
80

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