94 points James Halliday (Wine Companion): "The youthful colour has the depth to promise abundant black fruits, whole berry fermentation underlining the promise. It has the succulence of Langhorne Creek, but with a raft of flowery/spicy notes not so common in the region. Mocha oak adds another dimension, cuddling up to the plump tannins. Hedonistic? You bet. Closure: Screwcap. 14% alcohol. Drink by 2030. (Mar 2017)"