Reviews

2018 Leask Shiraz:

93 Points, James Suckling, June 2021:
"Very attractive red berries and cherries here with some earth and chocolate too. The palate has a smooth feel with plush, gently grainy tannins carrying long. Approachable."

2016 Leask Shiraz:

James Halliday, Wine Companion, August 2018, 94 points.
"This must have come from a very special site, with no frills vinification. It is medium to full-bodied, with exceptional mouthfeel, velvety but not the least heavy, the role of oak limited. It all works well. 26 years old vines, hand-picked, open-fermented, matured in used French puncheons for 18 months."