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Best's Great Western 2014 Bin 0
Wine Specs
Great Western

Best's Great Western 2014 Bin 0

Established by Henry Best in 1866, our 22 hectare Concongella Vineyard has a soil and climate ideal for the production of wines with elegance and longevity. Owned and operated for five generations by the Thomson Family, many of the original vines are still producing today.

The finest Shiraz from this vineyard is matured in the ideal conditions of our inderground cellar. The Bin No. 0 is a true reflection of the unique plantings on our Great Western Vineyard.

2017 James Halliday Wine Companion - 96 points

Single bottle price $85.00
Three pack price $225.00
Six pack price $420.00
Dozen price $800.00

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Wine Profile

Colour               Inky dark red with a bright purple hue.

Bouquet            Floral and lifted spice aromas mingle with the jubey fruit and meaty/ black olive notes. Subtle oak, cinnamon, bay leaf and peppermint fill the background.

Palate               Intense and brooding flavours of cool fruits and warm spices create a plush mouthfeel around the fresh minerality and the long rolling finish. A classic Bin 0 that will drink well now with food, but will benefit from some more time in bottle. Try it with a Moroccan Slow Cooked Lamb Tagine served on a bed of Couscous mixed with finely chopped fresh mint, pomegranate and almonds.

Cellaring           Will reward both short term to long term cellaring (20 years+).

Vintage              A relatively cool season apart from a mid-summer heat wave. Although yields were much lower than normal, good vineyard management ensured the grapes ripened fully and had lots of complex varietal flavours and balanced acidity.

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