The 2013 Kevin Arnold Shiraz, which only comes from estate fruit, has a very perfumed bouquet with wilted violets infusing the voluminous black cherry and blueberry fruit. There is impressive purity here. The palate is medium-bodied with slightly grainy tannin. There is plenty of iodine-tinged black fruit, a touch of Schezhuan peppers that leaves the tongue tingling. It just loses a little depth and substance towards the last-third, but that easing off makes it easier to reach for another sip.