With an explosive nose of pencil lead, crushed blueberry and black cherry, it has an opaque purple colour, glorious thick texture and fantastic balance for such a big wine.
Yalumba is quite the inventor, bringing Tempranillo (more commonly found in Rioja) to the South Australian sun. Taste the benefits in a heady glass of raspberry, blueberry, cherry and pomegranate.
It's pin-point-precise and balanced by a snappy acidity. Decanter gave this vintage 92 points when Amy Wislocki called it "gorgeous and super-classy".
A rich, honeyed, vanilla-flavoured Chardonnay, showing smooth, tropical fruit flavours on the creamy palate. Try it with Chinese-style fish dishes or more traditional roast chicken.
This is a full-bodied dry white, with a gorgeously perfumed floral scent and a ripe, peach and apricot fruit, with a silky palate-feel. Enjoy with a light pasta flavoured with herbs.
Australia's biggest wine critic, James Halliday, gave it 94 points. Huon Hooke gave it 96.
Intense black and blue fruits developed into a slightly savoury almost meaty character. Sophisticated white pepper, sweet spices and a clean, pure acidity mark it out as Shiraz of the highest quality.