I don't drink much Aussie Shiraz anymore, so it's been many years since I've opened an Elderton Command and I have to say that I think it has aged gracefully. The nose is expressive with abundant cassis, leather, cedar and some spice notes that I can't quite put my finger on, all of which carry through to the rich, unctuous, mouth coating palate. Mocha, tobacco and black pepper also make appearance. When first opened this had a somewhat flabby mouthfeel, but after about two or three hours this was an elegant delight with a long, satisfying finish.
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