Penfolds is of course famous for the quality of their wines, and the Kalimna Bin 28 Shiraz is a beautiful example of South Australia Shiraz. Rich and complex with an exceedingly long finish.
As this vintage is out of stock, we would be happy to suggest an alternative if you contact us by email or phone.
Stephen Tanzer's IWC
, Jan 2013, 91
(raised in used American oak): Dark purple. A pungent bouquet displays scents of ripe blackberry and cassis, vanilla, floral pastilles, clove and woodsmoke. Deep, supple and sweet, offering black and blue fruit flavors accented by black pepper and licorice. Broad, rich and lively, with fine-grained tannins that give focus and grip to the finish.
James Halliday's Australian Wine Companion
, Nov 2013, 94
Bright colour and personality, this represents excellent value, as the bouquet reveals a depth of dark fruit and complexity of character often seen in more highly regarded bins from Penfolds; bright fruited, layered and long, there is an evenness to this wine that rings true with the house style and will be certain to engage and please avid consumers of the brand. Special. Closure: Screwcap. 14.5% alcohol. AUD$38
, Dec 2015, 17
crimson without much blue. Lovely freshness on the nose as well as richness. Warm
and welcoming. Round and spicy with some ripe tannins still there in abundance.
Peter Gago likes Bin 28 at between 15 and 20 years but admits you could
drink this already. Great density.
, Feb 2013, 92
Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2010 Kalimna Bin 28 Shiraz presents lovely, expressive blueberry, black raspberry and black cherries notes highlighted by violets, toast, cinnamon stick and touch of mulberries. Full-bodied and rich, the concentrated fruit is framed by medium levels of rounded tannins, crisp acid and a long, classically-styled finish. Approachable now, it will drink to 2020+.
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