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Wild Duck Creek Springflat Shiraz 2013

About 40% new oak is used. It’s a nuts and bolts wine for the range. ‘We blend this wine before anything else; If we fuck up this one, then don’t buy anything that year’, always emphatic is winemaker-proprietor Dave Anderson. Sourced from seven or eight sites, ‘you can push and pull them like organ stops’, quips Anderson, ‘one of the few comprehensively cross-regional Heathcote shiraz wines produced’.

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Tasted : JUN15
Alcohol : 15.6%
Price : $52
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2015 - 2030
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