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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: Very deep purple-black colored, the 2009 Autograph Shiraz is intensely scented of creme de cassis, black cherry preserves and dried plums with hints of fruit cake, baking spic...
Wine Spectator: This opulent red offers a welcome savory note weaving through its ripe cherry, red plum and black tea flavors. A glint of roasted meat and sassafras adds complexity to the lon...
Wine Front: This is a wine with a very pretty face. It's perfumed and fruity, kissed seductively by smoky French oak and not at all dense - all its flavours seem up front, and on show. Pl...
Pinot Noir: 750ml
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: Medium ruby-purple in color, the 2009 "South" Pinot Noir presents aromas of black cherries, red currants and freshly cracked black pepper with a hint of cloves. Medium bodied ...
James Halliday: This wine is a true medium-bodied Barossa shiraz, with red fruits, fruitcake spice and a trail of warmth that is typical of the region; fresh focused, and holds its 14.5% alc ...
Wine Spectator: Rich and deep, this is a beautifully focused Shiraz that glides rather than stomps, offering a cascade of cherry, blackberry, mint and verbena flavors, with a hint of licorice...
Wine Spectator: Dark and brooding, this red is dense with smoky, meaty black cherry and dried tomato flavors, swirling smoothly through the long, complex finish. Shows tremendous power, but l...
Wine Spectator: Polished, dense and succulent, with dead-ripe cherry, plum, aniseed and chocolate flavors mingling effortlessly, deftly supported by lively acidity and framed with fine tannin...
Wine Front: Opens a little stinky and charred but there's a good amount of fleshy cherry and plum fruit along with Hunter earth and some vanilla oak. Appropriately firm, but fine tannin, ...
Wine Front: I tasted and reviewed this with the label facing me, but without knowing the price tag... No one quite invests in McLaren Vale grenache like D'Arenberg does, so you can't blam...
Wine Front: The Eight Iron vineyard is located near the cellar door. Planted in 1960 on shallow grey loam. Raspberry liqueur, pepper, licorice, earth - seems very McLareny. Even, savoury ...
Wine Front: Shallow grey loam planted 1999. Got a bit of lift and also a floral edge, marzipan, dark fruit and dark chocolate. Chewy dry tannin, ferrous, rough and rugged - though a littl...
Wine Spectator: Focused, tight, harmonious and complex, offering a straight shot of cherry, tobacco, mineral and spice flavors that keep singing through the long, vivid finish. Best from 2014...
James Halliday: A spotlessly clean floral bouquet leads into a dancing, light on its feet, palate, the low alcohol liberating what is a delicate but dry style; a classic now or much later dri...
Proprietary Blend: 750ml
About this Wine: The palate shows balanced layers of upfront sweet berry flavours and savoury oak influences on the mid-palate with velvety tannins and dark chocolate complementing the lon...
Wine Spectator: A deftly balanced Chardonnay of tremendous depth without much weight, floating its pear, quince, floral and orange marmalade flavors through to the end. It's the finish that m...