Description appended: 17/06/21 19:41
from my good wine friend Drew Kirk who found an extract from an article online ..note mine is the Cabernet..
......The wine, a 1985 Bin 222, had chief winemaker Peter Gago checking through his vintage notes, only to find he had no record of such a label.
After extensive searches through records back in Australia, the wine was confirmed to be a Penfolds 1985 Bin 222 Eden Valley Shiraz. It was produced as a specially-commissioned, regional one-off trial for the UK market only.
The back labels are particularly useful when trading Penfolds wines on the auction market, as well as for collectors wishing to maintain records of the condition of their wine. A bottle of rare 1952 Grange sold for a record price of AUS $20,600 at auction recently.