John Duval Plexus 2015 - Argonaut Wine & Liquor
John Duval Plexus 2015
SKU: 42233

John Duval Plexus 2015

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Category Red Wine
Region Australia, South Australia, Barossa Valley
Brand John Duval
Alcohol/vol 14.5%

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Colour: Vibrant purple with deep red hues.

Nose: Dark berries and bramble with a dusting of spices, licorice and dried herbs.

Palate: Medium bodied with a generous core of ripe black berries and supporting red fruits. Ample structure provided by fine grainy tannins with a long spicy finish.

Wine Advocate
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A Grenache, Shiraz, Mataro blend, the 2015 Plexus has a pale to medium garnet-purple color and nose of kirsch, red currant jelly and raspberry preserves with hints of Chinese five spice, hoisin, roses, black pepper and underbrush. Rich, concentrated, full-bodied and full-on seductive, it fills the palate with exotically spiced red fruit preserves. With plush tannins and a balanced freshness, it has a perfumed finish with satisfying persistence.

Lisa Perrotti-Brown, August 31, 2017
James Suckling
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A flavorful red with lots of juicy-fruit and chocolate character. Full body, round and juicy tannins and a savory finish. Drink now. Screw cap.

Wine Enthusiast
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Renowned Barossa winemaker John Duval's reds have a certain style signature to them: savory, herbaceous and finely structured-polished without pretense-and this classic Aussie blend doesn't disappoint. The nose swims with plums, raspberries, oak spice, dried floral and green-herbal notes, backed by a savory streak and herbal tonic nuances. Medium to full bodied, the palate is gripped firmly by fine-grained, herbal tannins. Plums and oak spice round out the finish.

Christina Pickard, October 1, 2019
Wine Spectator
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Berry and cherry flavors are tangy and appealing in this red, with spice, sage and cedar notes lingering on the polished finish. Shiraz, Grenache and Mourvèdre. Drink now. 2,000 cases imported.

MaryAnn Worobiec, 2018