Congratulations to the Wolf Blass team on an array of outstanding scores awarded by esteemed international wine critic, James Suckling, following an extensive tasting in the Barossa earlier this year.
James Suckling uses the 100 point scale, with wines rated 90 points or more considered ‘outstanding’ (A).
"It’s exciting to receive ‘outstanding’ scores across a number of the Wolf Blass ranges,” Chief Winemaker, Chris Hatcher commented. “It's further recognition of the quality and diversity of not just our luxury wines, Black and Platinum Labels, but also the Grey, Gold and Yellow Labels.
“Of particular note, Yellow Label Shiraz 2016 receiving a 91 point score affirms the quality and value of Wolf Blass wines at all price points,” he said.
James Suckling is one of today’s leading wine critics whose reviews are read and respected by wine lovers, serious wine collectors, and the wine trade worldwide.
90+ 'OUTSTANDING' SCORES
Wolf Blass Black Label 2013 | 93 points
Wolf Blass White Label Eden Valley Riesling 2015 | 93 points
Wolf Blass Medlands Vineyard Platinum Label Shiraz 2013 | 92 points
Wolf Blass Estates of the Barossa Lyndoch Shiraz 2014 | 92 points
Wolf Blass Estates of the Barossa St John’s Shiraz 2012 | 92 points
Wolf Blass Grey Label McLaren Vale Shiraz 2014 | 92 points
Wolf Blass White Label Piccadilly Valley Chardonnay 2016 | 92 points
Wolf Blass The Master Pasquin Vineyard Cabernet Shiraz 2012 | 91 points
Wolf Blass Estates of the Barossa Dorrien Shiraz 2014 | 91 points
Wolf Blass Yellow Label Shiraz 2016 | 91 points
Wolf Blass Gold Label Barossa Shiraz 2015 | 90 points
Wolf Blass Gold Label Adelaide Hills Chardonnay 2015 | 90 points
Wolf Blass Gold Label Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir 2015 | 90 points
Wolf Blass Gold Label Eden Valley Riesling 2016 | 90 points