Wine notes at The Willetts on Wine resume after a long hiatus!
We've got tons of notes to post, but that's been the problem: too many notes, not enough time, and thus we just haven't posted any at all in the mistaken belief we must catch up before we can proceed.
Instead, we're just going to start where we are and try to keep up to date from hence forward, while adding a few older notes as we get the chance.
So, the Greg Norman Estates Limestone Coast Shiraz 2003. Very peppery, but with lots of berry, too, and a good touch of leather (probably from the tannins). It's very nice now but those tannins hold the promise of good aging potential, as well. Our one criticism: we found the nose quite closed--there simply wasn't much there, even after it had been in the glass for a while. Our UC Davis 20-Point System-based score: 16.5/20.