Chalmers pioneered many unorthodox grapes in Australia, and this wine marks a decade since they released their first nero d’Avola. From Heathcote, its aromas of raspberry jam, cherry and ironstone are inviting, and the palate is lightish medium-bodied, fruity, succulent, well balanced, easy to like. Screw cap; 13.5 per cent alcohol.
90 points. Ralph Kyte-Powell, The Age
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