AUSTRALIAN WINE COMPANION 2007 – James Halliday Very good colour; firm, medium-to full-bodied blackcurrant and cassis; excellent structure and length; controlled French oak. Rating: 94.
ROBERT PARKER’S WINE ADVOCATE – Issue 167, October 2006
The 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon’s deep ruby/purple hue is accompanied by superb aromas of cassis, black cherries, cedar and spice box. It should drink well for a decade. Rating: 93 Points.
THE WINE FRONT – Campbell Mattinson, June 2006
I like the way Turkey Flat are going with their reds. They really seem to be cutting back on the oak – or at least that's the way the wines taste. This is full of varietal charm, with smoky, leafy, gamey scents floating around a core of pure, tarry blackcurrant. Tannins are fine and mentholly. I can't see how you could go wrong with this wine, even if the alcohol is at 15%. It is in beautiful shape, and will cellar very well. Drink: 2006-2016. Rating: 91 Points.