There are hints of quality in this wine but it just didn't add up for me. Remained somehow strange (not in a good way) all along. My guests weren't impressed either.
Maybe it's due to the source being a supermarket - suspicios that it's the second wine from there in short time which should have done much better by name, vintage and cellartracker scores. Definitely not corked however.
Langton's Burklin Wolf tasting (26 Waterloo Street, Surry Hills, Sydney): Pale lemon with slight spritz in the glass. Aromas of stone fruit, ripe apple and a certain smoky quality. In the mouth the wine is balanced stone fruit and mineral notes with some slight spice (almost ginger) joining the flavours on the long finish. There is also a little phenolic grip that adds to the body.
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