"Blending Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz is a particularly Australian occupation, and it's a blend that we are starting to see outside of the Antipodes a little more frequently, with good reason. The Church Block from Wirra Wirra is packed with rich dark fruit, blackcurrant and bramble predominate, with a lick of damson from the Merlot and a really rich, round spicy finish dosed liberally with vanilla and chocolate. It's very much what you'd expect from the wine when you open it, and in this case, that's a very good thing, because it does it rather well.
The 2010 in particular has a bit of distance in it; if you want a big sassy wine, then drink now; if you want a more savoury and complex creature, give it five years in the cellar and come back to it.
I think it's a great, juicy and full bodied wine that's perfect with an equally full bodied dish. Think hearty stews, or if you're feeling daring, venison, chilli & pepper casserole."