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Bottles: 12

Vintage: 2013

Cap: Screw

The wine has a dense, purple-black apperance. The aroma shows intensity and a healthy dose of vibrant fruit, expressing characters of black berries, dark chocolate and a hint of pepper. The savoury flavors of spice are evident, with a long, firm finish. A rich, imposing shiraz. This will go very well with your bbq lambchops and a green salad.

Estate-grown, with some of the vines over 100 years old. Strong colour, and with a decidedly full-bodied palate, black fruits with an emphatic finish deriving partly from the warmth of the alcohol; at this price, these are carping criticisms. Rating 90 Drink to 2025 James Halliday AWC 2012

Dan hand prunes and hand picks all vines.
Roughly half a tonne of grapes per acre are collected to produce his wines.
The Bush vines range from 85-125 years old.
Paired with minimal intervention and traditional winemaking techniques, only the best Burgundian oak is used.

The Schubert Theorem name.
Back from Dan’s engineering days, solve the equation for each component of the large equation and then plug it back in to get the answer.

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