Almost equal parts Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz, it?s a rich, full-bodied cocktail of mocha, plum, cherry and black pepper that boasts plenty of complexity.
Peter Lehmann rewrote the rulebook on Barossa Semillon in the early 90s, eschewing oak and opting for an early-picked style that lent itself to ageing. The result is the Margaret Semillon.
Dark amber in colour, with intense nuttiness and caramel on the nose but a dry finish with a delicate yet mouth-filling warmth.
This hotly-anticipated 2016 vintage, made from Tempranillo, was aged for a year in oak. This adds a creamy texture to its notes of black fruit and floral aromas. It scored 95 Parker Points.