Woods Crampton Shiraz 2013 Review

Posted: September 4, 2014 in Australia
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Spitting: OptionalWoods Crampton 2013 Shiraz

Woods Crampton Shiraz 2013

Style: Full-bodied red

Country: Australia

Region: Barossa Valley

Tasting note: Deep, dark and inky in colour, the kind of wine that stains your shirt just by looking at it. Nice cedar-oak tones on the nose with lifted plums and blackberry. A dense powerful palate consisting of blackberry jam and blood-plums. Typical Barossan intensity, weight and cellaring potential.

Final Say: Love ‘em big and bold? Grab on to this one. $16-20 a bottle.

Score: 18.5 out of 20

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