K1 by Geoff Hardy Tzimmukin 2007

One of our (few) faults here at The Wine Front, is that we neglect reviewing dessert wines. Are you interested? This is a step in the right direction, although not really the same thing. I opened three reds that involve the drying of grapes in some fashion – this, a 2009 Cassiodorus Cabernet from Margaret River and another 2009 Shiraz Cabernet from Battle of Bosworth – The White Boar. I’ll review the other two soonish.

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Tasted : Aug11
Alcohol : 15%
Price : $95
Closure : ProCork
Drink : 2011 - 2017
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