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25 March 2011 | Primo Estate

Tyson Stelzer and Nick Stock go to town on Primo Estate and JOSEPH wines!

Tyson Stelzer and Nick Stock, writers of the monthly independent wine magazine Wine 100, have fallen in love with the current release Primo Estate and JOSEPH red wines. The March/April 2011 issue of the magazine reviews no less than five of our wines, ranging from the flagship Moda Cabernet Merlot to the lively Merlesco:


JOSEPH Moda Cabernet Merlot 2008: 95 points

"The influence of grapes dried before crushing is something to behold. Complexity of roast tomatoes, fresh-baked foccacia, black olives and.dried herbs over blackcurrant and liquorice, supported by firm, fine tannins and a flourish of tangy acidity at the end." -- Tyson Stelzer

JOSEPH Angel Gully Shiraz 2008: 94/93 points

"Plush, deeply-fruited McLaren Vale Shiraz is a joy when it's held together by finely-structured tannins. A concoction of everything black: blackberries, blueberries, plums, cherries, liquorice, black pastilles and anise." -- Tyson Stelzer

"This Clarendon Shiraz embraces the ripeness of the 2008 vintage but still holds fresh with red fruits, spice, liquorice, chocolate and dark berries. Same for the palate which has richness, texture and flavour, dark fruits freshen to red through the finish ." -- Nick Stock

Primo Estate Zamberlan Cabernet Sangiovese 2008: 94 points

"A remarkably-crafted wine drinking very well now thanks to dimensions of complexity, but with structure and poise to age reliably for the medium-term. The secret is to pass it over the concentrated, dried out skins of Moda, enhancing its savoury complexity, crunchy berries and finely textural tannins." -- Tyson Stelzer

Primo Estate Il Briccone Shiraz Sangiovese 2009: 91 points

"Intentionally generous, this is a rich, deep, black-fruited Shiraz with the savoury olive nuances of Sangiovese to keep it under control. Taut, finely-structured, savoury tannins lace together its plum, prune, forrest berry and coal flavours." -- Tyson Stelzer

Primo Estate Merlesco Merlot 2010: 91 points

Playful and vivacious, this is a bubbling pot of wild berries and every incarnation of spice that you could conjure. There's a characteristic Merlot lift of violet and rose petal perfume. With its softly textural tannins, it enjoys a light chill." -- Tyson Stelzer


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