When an old lawya is guided by two blind disciplines – Justice and Wine Tasting
Peeking is cheating ….
Now come on, you can’t cheat at wine tasting or judging by peeking out from under the blindfold! (Image courtesy Murphys Atlanta Restaurant)
Not the way to exercise blind discipline at a wine tasting.
Shinas Estate Wines (Victoria, Australia)
Two Blind Disciplines: Justice & Wine tasting with Shinas Estate, a micro boutique winery in Mildura, Australia making handcrafted wines the traditional way.
Our wine-making secrets and method have been passed down through the generations.
A sample of the wines : the Verdict, the Cabernet Sauvignon, the Executioner Shiraz, the Sweet Justice Moscato, the Innocent Viognier and the Guilty Shiraz , wines at their finest.
Wine for the office, wine for:
a verdict always
sweet justice sometimes all topped off with
a little executioner
thankfully, there are no executions in Australia.
The Verdict 2014 (label)
The results are in and the “Verdict” (Cabernet Sauvignon) has been delivered. Like the Guilty and the Innocent, only a “lucky few will ever get to taste it”.
The jury is no longer out – the Verdict is in.
We opened “The Guilty” and poured ourselves a good measure. Sat back after a hard days work and took a good swig. After a few seconds we looked at each other, smiled, and quickly ordered a case. Damn good shiraz, and very smooth.
The Executioner 2013 (label)
The Executioner is a blend of Shiraz 55%, Cabernet Sauvignion 43% and Viognier 2% it’s produced from our premium vineyard and is our Flag Ship wine.
The Executioner is a wine worth dying for, production is so small it’s a crime punishable by death.