Very dark. Floral aroma? Mellow on the pallet. Short finish. Very enjoyable — 3 years ago
Solid Shiraz from Torbeck. Some spice, dark fruit and slightly earthy a bit like a Chateauneuf du Pape. Easy drinking and good value for money. It’s great that the Aussie producers have a full spectrum of the same varietals for people to enjoy. Torbeck, Two Hands, Penfolds and Glaetzer all have great options at multiple price points. — 4 years ago
Very good value — 2 years ago
Bm+. Tm. Am. Fm+. — 7 months ago
A good wine. A very intense. Acidity would be good with some pasta. — 8 months ago
So smooth and drinkable after 18 years. Wish I had more! — 3 years ago
What a delicious Shiraz from Barossa Valley this is.
Full bodied with medium acidity.
Very dry on the palate and fruit forward.
Showing black fruits with cedar, vanilla, leather, earth, chocolates, tobacco, Indian spices, peppercorn, coffee, cola and licorice.
This 9 year old is drinking beautifully now. Rich and extracted. Tangy and interesting. Showing Nice complexity and mouthfeel.
I had the 2006 years ago, and it is very consistent.
Good right out of the bottle and better with airtime.
Robert Parker 96 points.
Aged in new French oak barrels for 14 months. Unfiltered and delectable
15.5% alcohol by volume.
$75. — 24 days ago