"Though it bears the Kalimna name, this is a multi-regional blend from the McLaren Vale, the Barossa Valley, Padthaway, Wrattonbully and Robe. It’s also a cracking example of warm climate Shiraz, with deeply saturated colour and a vanilla and coffee bean nose. Plush and sleek, this has a fine line of acidity amid punchy dark cherry fruit and savoury tapenade, with a lick of creosote on the finish. The tannins are sweet and generous, giving a languid glycerol texture. Good length, nice drop.
" Decanter Magazine
Deep red/mauve in colour. A nose reminiscent of coffee, allspice and fruit cake. Fresh and lively attack in the mouth with slightly spiky acidity and mineral character. On the long finish the flavours broaden out to reveal ripe fruit and green tannins. I strongly suspect these will settle down and reveal a great wine. David King