Jip Jip Rocks

Estate Grown Padthaway Shiraz-Cabernet Sauvignon Blend

9.031 ratings
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Padthaway, Limestone Coast, South Australia, Australia
Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon
Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Pasta, Venison, Tomato-Based, Potato, Pork, Chocolate & Caramel, White Rice, Mushrooms, Beef, Lamb, Chili & Hot Spicy, Salami & Prosciutto, Pungent Cheese, Hard Cheese
Top Notes For
R. Addison Wehrfritz

not bad

Jan 7th, 2017
Sharon

This is a great smooth Red!

This is a great smooth Red!

Apr 18th, 2021
Chris

Great wine. $23

Great wine. $23

Oct 7th, 2019
Sean Herriott

Really juicy and went well with pasta and red sauce

Really juicy and went well with pasta and red sauce

Sep 23rd, 2018
Heather Danskin

Delicious! Fruity but not sweet. Could drink this everyday.

Delicious! Fruity but not sweet. Could drink this everyday.

Mar 11th, 2018
Clive McNish

Strong blackcurrant and stewed fruit bouquet but the tasting does not deliver the same punch. Slightly medicinal with a dry somewhat tart finish. If compared to the same blend from Penfolds (Koonunga Hill) then this is not as drinkable in my opinion.

Strong blackcurrant and stewed fruit bouquet but the tasting does not deliver the same punch. Slightly medicinal with a dry somewhat tart finish. If compared to the same blend from Penfolds (Koonunga Hill) then this is not as drinkable in my opinion.

Apr 10th, 2017
Thierry POUSSIN

2013 at Loose Goose in Esperance

2013 at Loose Goose in Esperance

Nov 5th, 2016
Jason Keen

Surprising good. Smooth, light spice, heavy fruit.

Surprising good. Smooth, light spice, heavy fruit.

Sep 18th, 2016
LC
8.7

Good.

Good.

Aug 4th, 2016
Ted Boydston

This wine opens with dusty bramble notes on the nose that transition to strong black cherry, minor tar, and background licorice flavors on the pallet. Cleared the classic tastes of Mexican fare quite well, but frankly is better on its own. A fine wine to sip the summer away with.

This wine opens with dusty bramble notes on the nose that transition to strong black cherry, minor tar, and background licorice flavors on the pallet. Cleared the classic tastes of Mexican fare quite well, but frankly is better on its own. A fine wine to sip the summer away with.

Jul 19th, 2016