Single Bottle - Magnum - 1.5 Liters
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2013 was the worst frosting ever for the Hoffmans followed by 2014, which was even worse. From a harvest that was cropped at 5.7 hectoliters per hectare, the 2013 DW-Old opens to black and red fruit, raspberry leaves, anise and lavender with hints of earth, tree bark and moss. The palate shows a lovely harmony and richness, and while the firm and grainy tannins need time, it has a nice brightness dotted with floral notes through the long and earthy finish. All Sami-Odi wines are 100% Shiraz, all from the same single vineyard in the Ebeneezer sub-region of Barossa Valley. Each year the vintage Shiraz release is given a new name and label. The non-vintage “Little Wine” label is a blend of vintages from declassified lots that don’t make the cut for the Sami-Odi vintage wine.