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A pair of Yarra Shiraz (both 13%) from One Block. On the left – Glory. The image like a beetroot hand axed. . . Deep in colour and scent, mulberries, a bristle of alcohol and black cardamon. Full and warm, for a moment cream and vanilla, it’s more diffuse and tubby than expected.
Yellingbo. The gem more like a lozenge. . . A damp, luxurious nose – black currant and a hint of flint and smoulder. It seems sweeter and broader. . . like burnt toffee.