2014 Concordis Barossa Valley Shiraz

Review by James Halliday

A pallet jack or other lifting device if your charitable impulse buys three, let alone six, of this wine, the result of a charity set up by Ed Peter (Kaesler), Warren Randall (Seppeltsfield), Pete Kight (Torbreck) and Michael Twelftree (Two Hands), each providing around a tonne of their best shiraz, fermented at Two Hands and matured for 18 months in five French hogsheads (two new). This is a seriously good wine, over-delivering in every way, seductively juicy, yet with spicy complexity.

96 points, drink to 2050, 14% alc, Cork, $150

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