The 2016 The Ironstone Pressings Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre is 70% Grenache, 25% Shiraz and 5% Mourvèdre. Full-bodied and muscular, it practically defines several generations of Australian "red table wines." It's capable of being consumed young if you have an appetite for tannin, or it can be aged up to a decade, perhaps longer. Personally, I'd drink the 2015 now, and put the 2016 in the cellar. Black cherries, cedar and tar appear on the nose, while the concentrated flavors follow similar lines, adding hints of plum, raspberry and licorice.

Joe Czerwinski - Wine Advocate (92)

Very fresh and attractive blueberries and wild herbs on offer here with plums and earth, as well as spiced chocolate. The palate has a deeply assertive and fresh, long, muscular style with plenty of fresh red to blue-fruit flavor. A blend of grenache, shiraz and mourvedre. Drink or hold.

James Suckling - James Suckling (94)