These wines are widely commented on, therefore I don't want to add to this, other than reporting on the 2008 Penfolds Bin 28 Kalimna Shiraz. This win is in its 50th vintage, and it is a good one. Full-bodied, the wine has a palate of blackberry and dried plum fruit, quite complex for the price point. It is much smoother than in previous years - a good middle of the road Barossa Shiraz.
What I find hilarious is the little 'R' above the Kalimna word. This means the name is trademarked. First of all, most of the fruit does not even come from Kalimna, therefore it could be regarded as misleading. Secondly, Kalimna is a name shown on Barossa maps before the trademark existed. This should not be allowed. How about I trademark Sydney or Melbourne? An intellectual property lawyer friend of mine has said this has no legs.
If you make a wine from the area, I suggest you call it Kalimna.