2013 Baileys of Glenrowan Petite Sirah

2013 Baileys of Glenrowan Petite Sirah

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Expert Reviews

94 Points - James Halliday - Halliday's Wine CompanionMatured predominantly in French oak (should have swapped with the American oak). While full-bodied, the structure and texture are less all encompassing than its Durif sibling, but this is still looking back to the rusty iron of Baileys wines from the 50s and 60s. The points for both wines are given in the context of history.
93 Points - Campbell Mattinson - The Wine FrontIt was mostly matured in French oak, which presumably means that some American oak was also included in the regime. It’s a wine stern with rusty tannin. That’s either going to get you a bit excited, if tannin’s your thing, or start your reservations, depending on your bent. It also shows porty blackberry, bitumen, clove and raspberry notes, meaning there’s plenty to tuck into as the tannin goes about its work. Decanting – over at least an hour – is advised, because it’s gruff and grumpy at first. But in its style, I’d reckon this is very good.
92 Points - Huon HookeImpressively deep, dark, youthful purple/red colour which stains the glass, and a bouquet of dark plum, fresh-turned earth and smoky toasty inflexions. It's a big wine with masses of tannin and a solid structure. Bright acidity, too. Very deep, long flavour with good density and grip. A stand-out cellaring proposition.

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Who made it?

Set into the lower slopes of the Warby Ranges, and fringed by the Winton Wetlands to the west, Baileys of Glenrowan occupies a very special piece of North-East Victoria. Established in 1870, the certified organic vineyard contains some of the oldest plantings in North East Victoria, upon which Baileys have established a reputation for powerful red wines and globally acclaimed fortifieds.

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