Masters Series "Fred Cress" Shiraz 2006 6 Ltr Imperial
1 or more bottles$400.00
Exquisite typical Shiraz aromas on the nose, and smooth and warming on the entry with a vivacious finish of red cherries and plum. Extremely limited production.
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