Blue Poles Allouran Merlot Cabernet Franc 2010

It came with marmalade ‘better than Grange’ (with $350 a jar price tag) and a fetching looking natural fibre, v-cut white ‘Borocay’ shirt, so you know some graft went into this review… I sat and tasted this wine in just the shirt – a magnificent feat of context taking me into what I imagine is the chaos of Mark Gifford’s office in Margaret River. A den covered in rocks and dust, not far off Indiana Jones’.

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Tasted : MAR14
Alcohol : 13.2%
Price : $28
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2014 - 2029
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