Tait Ball Buster is an Australian Shiraz blend that never seems to disappoint. Since its first vintage in 2002 it has scored 90 points or higher every year and 2010 is no exception. Grapes are sourced from low yield vineyards throughout Barossa Valley. Lots are vinified separately and aged 12 months in American oak beofre the final blend of 77% Shiraz, 16% Cabernet Sauvignon and 7% Merlot is bottled unfined and unfiltered. The Wine Advocate scored it 90 points and the International Wine Cellar scored it 91 saying "Glass-staining purple. An expressive, heady bouquet gives out candied red fruits, potpourri and Asian spices, with a smoky nuance gaining power in the glass. Rich but lively, offering vibrant raspberry and cherry-cola flavors and notes of allspice and star anise. Sweet and silky on a finish that keeps on with impressive tenacity and spiciness. This wine always delivers outstanding value."