“This blend of Coonawarra cabernet and Barossa shiraz has performed well in 2013 with an array of cassis, blackcurrants, redcurrants, some richer blackberries, as well as leafy and gently herbal accents. The palate is the real story though, showing a bright, even-tempered and fleshy core of red plums and darker cherries. Silky and even-paced tannins and a lithe, juicy finish.” (#83 of Top 100 Australian Wines of 2018)
“This blend of Gewürztraminer, Malvasia and Muscat is highly aromatic but not at ease, meaning the nose is soapy and smells unnatural. A flat palate with no edge holds dull flavors of lychee and little else. On the finish, this turns bitter and oily.”
“Full and rich sweet cherries, ripe prunes and hints of chocolate.” (COMMENDED)
Domaine Louis Moreau - Wine Advocate
"The 2016 Petit Chablis has a light nose of apple peelings and limestone. You just want to cry out “More!” The palate is balanced and light, with reasonable acidity here, but it seems to drift toward the finish and feels very basic and, for want of a better word, forgettable. I preferred the 2015 Petit Chablis that I tasted last year."
“Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2014 Shiraz has a pepper and charcoal laced nose over a core of black cherries and blackberries. The medium-bodied palate reveals a good amount of uncomplicated blackberry flavors with soft tannins and a spicy finish.”
“Oily aromas of citrus blend with leesy notes on a jumbled nose. This lacks freshness, while uncommitted flavors of lees and vitamins are slightly oxidized. Bitter citrus and pithy flavors control a finish that falls flat.”