"2007 All Saints Durif - Durif is not a common variety in Australia, which is a shame. It's the exotic cousin to the good old shiraz - you don't see it very often and it seems wonderfully different when you do.

The All Saints durif is a great example of this variety, at first it is more aloof and less bold than a traditional Australian red but it really comes alive after the first sip. It is smooth and sweet and has a good dollop of liquorice (you could almost say there is Allsorts going on).

This is definitely best enjoyed with food such as a big roast which sees it really open up and become richer."

Karl Franzen - Minestyle Magazine, WA, Spring 2010