88 Points | International Wine Cellar , September/October 2013
Bright medium red. Musky raspberry, smoke and earth aromas are complicated by a hint of toast and lifted by a mineral nuance. At once supple and brisk, showing good juicy intensity to its cherry, red berry and spice flavors. Slightly dry-edged and simple on the back but nicely done.
93 Points | Wine Spectator
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On the nose: Plum, cherry pits and lots of violets. Palate carries all of that as well along with eucalyptus, cedar and a finish of forest floor. Really well balanced and paired well with a hickory BBQ pork chop! Drank side by side with Kim Crawford PN - and the Greywacke was above and beyond the more complex and enjoyable wine! Well done!
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