The definitive guide to Australian Wines
Publish Date: 30 Jan 2015
Authored by: James Halliday
It has softened to the point where there are nuances of the sort of honey one finds in 10-year-old semillon or marsanne, and it makes me wonder how long the wine will continue to thrive. It won't improve from this point, but it will change (even more weight) over time if that is what you want. I must do some searching to see whether I have another bottle or two squirrelled away. Twice-cooked cubes of pork belly brought out the latent acidity in the wine.
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