It’s carrying a fair bit of high quality toasty clove spice oak as at now, but it’s perfumed, spicy and earthy, with cherry and boysenberry fruit of purity and clarity. It’s almost luminous, you could say. Racy crunch of cranberry acidity, tightly knit graphite tannin, fresh red fruit, and a distinct ‘mineral’ feel and vigour on a long dry finish. Tassie Burgundy, is how I read it. Joe is back on top in 2018.
95+ points. Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
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