2015 Teusner Righteous Mataro

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From a single vineyard in Moppa, aged 18 months, 30% new French oak, and offered in the same heavy bottle as its namesake shiraz. This is reined-in, the sweet fruit expressive, a floral lift and a touch of eucalypt with savoury layers across the full-bodied palate of salumi, coffee grounds, wood smoke and iron. Certainly, it is rich and ripe but holds its 15% alcohol well, everything integrated.
Jane Faulkner - Halliday's Wine Companion
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95 Points
Jane Faulkner - Halliday's Wine Companion
From a single vineyard in Moppa, aged 18 months, 30% new French oak, and offered in the same heavy bottle as its namesake shiraz. This is reined-in, the sweet fruit expressive, a floral lift and a touch of eucalypt with savoury layers across the full-bodied palate of salumi, coffee grounds, wood smoke and iron. Certainly, it is rich and ripe but holds its 15% alcohol well, everything integrated.
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95 Points
James Halliday - Halliday's Wine Companion
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92 Points
James Suckling
A super bold and ripe statement of intense black fruit and wild herbs, all wrapped in a swathe of dense, defined and rich tannin. There’s an earthy and almost inky thread here, too. Tangy finish. Drink or hold. Screw cap.
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92 Points
Gary Walsh - The Wine Front
I may be getting ahead of myself, and while I judge on style, not just personal preference, I do find oak distracting in the list of grapes that I think need very little of it. Mataro is one of them, obviously.Deep, dark and spicy, dark chocolate, liquorice and dried herb, a thick layer of toast and biscuit oak. Full bodied, earthy and clove spiced, powdery texture, some tang to the acidity, and a warm, rolling earth and dried herb finish. Needs a little sit down to  calm itself, but potential is there.
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