- Dec 31, 2011
Sorry to hear that but regard it as a learning experience! It’s been said many times so I won’t belabour it but there are man6 better value wines out there, maybe explore some of them. Or not, it’s your money to waste after all.So I have a few (more expensive) Penfolds in my cellar but I can’t remember the last time I actually drank one.
only a few, not a lot ;-) That’s why I was curious to try this. $30 is more than I would usually spend on a weeknight quaffer. Whilst Bin 28 stands it’s ground well against the other $50 RRP wines I have, I only paid $10-20 for most of those.Sorry to hear that but regard it as a learning experience! It’s been said many times so I won’t belabour it but there are man6 better value wines out there, maybe explore some of them. Or not, it’s your money to waste after all.
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I’ve got two of those. Have to admit I bought the Mt Difficulty because I like the label. Letting mine sleep for a few more years, how was it?
I literally see this at nearly every BWS store and still available.Been a while since I had such a high alcohol Shiraz (16.5%) but when I saw CR on clearance at BWS I couldn’t resist.
Decanted for two hours and couldn’t believe how smooth it was. Good to see a producer that still release his wines after few years in the bottle when it’s ready to drink.
Even my +1 who is mostly Pinot Noir and Grenache drinker these days and generally not a fan of high alcohol Shiraz loved this wine.
If you can still find it on clearance at BWS it’s an absolute bargain at $25, highly recommended!
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