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Penfolds Bin 128 Shiraz

Created back in 1962, the Bin 128 showcases the unique climate and growing conditions of one of Australia's benchmark cool-climate regions, Coonawarra. Since 1980, Bin 128 has been entirely matured in French oak which assists the wine to highlight all the subtle nuances of the classic region. Continuing to show aromas and flavours of white pepper and floral spice and in more recent decades, a richer and fuller bodied style.

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