Available for Purchase

Charles Melton Barossa Shiraz 2002 - 750mL - 1 Bottle Lot

$130.00 $99.00 Sale

Est. range:

Private Sale- priced per LOT inc. GST (if applicable) and commission.

47 in stock, ready to ship
  • 96/100 Points  - Robert Parker Jnr.
  • Cork Closure
  • Professionally Cellared
  • Alc 14.5%
  • Actual Bottles Photographed
  • Average Retail price $135 per bottle
  • Lot is PRICED PER PACK of 1
Critic tasting noteDark Crimson. Rich and opulent aromas such as raspberry, dark chocolate, toast and vanilla intertwined with liquorice and cherry liqueur. This wine displays a soft mouth-coating texture; the rich fruit flavours deliver across the palate displaying a medium to full bodied intensity. Generous, round and soft but with enough tannin grip to ensure medium term cellaring if desired.

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