I am in two minds about reviewing this because everyone will know it is such an incredible wine! Think of an Australian attempt at a Northern Rhône and, unusually, the vineyard has chosen to market it as a Syrah rather than a more traditionally termed Shiraz. There are notes of fruit and pepper (in equal measure) on the nose. The complexity of the wine on the palate is akin to a flavour riot with the pepper competing against the fruit and the final outcome being a beautifully balanced combination of both and a lingering complex and complicated finish. Thoroughly good value and highly recommended. Having tried a number of excellent wines from the Good Wine Shop this is a definite favourite particularly at £19.50. It fared well in a tasting with friends especially against a much more expensive Californian.