better than the 2015, Glaetzer's 2016 Bishop Shiraz is very similar in style,
with many of the same notes of charred meat, espresso, black olives and
blackberries, but with a greater sense of freshness and vitality, even a touch
of red raspberry fruit. It's full-bodied and supple, turning velvety on the
long finish. I'm being conservative in estimating its drinking window, but I
wouldn't be surprised if it were still going strong in 2030.