2002 Shiraz

Federation Square Victorian Wine Show, October 2004.

Ballarat Wine Show 2003, Class G30, 2002 Shiraz

Wine International, May 2005

“ Arguably making some of Australia’s top drops are Dominic and Krystina Morris, two young winemakers who met at St Hallett in the Barossa then, bolstered with experience in France and Portugal. This medal winning Shiraz is packed with ripe plum and mulberry fruit with attractive violet and smokey notes and a hit of vanilla oak. It’s full bodied with good length, structure and tannins. Drink 2006-2012 ”

Campbell Mattinson, Winefront Monthly Feb-Mar 2004

“ So purple coloured it’s virtually blue. Scents are an amalgam of blueberry, mint, bitumen, and deep cord plum. It’s intensity drives straight into you. Cloves and all-spice flavours ramp up the accessibility, while firm-but-fine tannins hold it all in place. It’s finishes with juicy acidity, and the overall impression is that this is a wine that is honest as all hell. Drink 2005-2014. 90 points”

Campbell Mattinson, Australian Gourmet Traveller WINE, Aug/Sept 03

“ … samples of the 2002 vintage wines are truly spectacular – a SHIRAZ, Shiraz Viognier and Cabernet Malbec in particular… their quality will cause a stir ”