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Wine Spectator: Bright and jazzy, a lively mouthful of red berry, beet and spice aromas and flavors that remain zippy through the polished finish. Drink now through 2014. 200 cases imported. ...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: A product of the lowest crop on record at Magill (about 1 ton to the acre), the 2007 Magill Estate Shiraz is as ever a single vineyard wine that was matured 14 months in 95% n...
Wine Front: This 2007 St Henri Shiraz is made using grapes grown in so many different wine regions that there are almost too many to mention, but (deep breath) here goes: Robe, McLaren Va...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: Bright purple. Brooding, mineral-driven aromas of blackcurrant, mulberry, cola and crushed rock, with a liqueur-like nuance. Supple, lush and sweet but with zesty acidity and ...
Wine Spectator: Ripe and inviting, with the richness and expansiveness to support the juicy plum, currant, blackberry, pepper and licorice flavors stylishly, lingering expressively on the foc...
Wine Front: Lots of everything. Mint, bourboned oak, sage and dill, black fruit, licorice, some pepper. Full bodied, plenty of weight and scale, at 15.5 it holds its booze well - would no...
Cabernet Sauvignon: 750ml
Jeremy Oliver: An elegant, fine, supple and slightly herbaceous cabernet blend of pleasing prettiness and charm. Its dusty, leafy bouquet of violets, mulberries and cassis, sweet cedar/vanil...
Proprietary Blend: 750ml
About this Wine: This muscular wine has phenomenal density, dry vintage port-like concentration, and magnificent notes of smoke, blackberries, cassis, leather and coffee.
Proprietary Blend: 750ml
About this Wine: Beginning with the 1962 vintage, The Signature wines of Yalumba have saluted the very best of the vintage. They also have acknowledged the skills and dedicated service of peop...
Wine Front: We're late to come to this - the 2007 may even have been released? - but now that I don't live in Melbourne it can be difficult to get ahold of a Craiglee. I've had this relea...
Wine Spectator: Crisp and vibrant. A juicy mouthful of blueberry and plum flavors, with a black pepper note and a pleasing minerality to the finish that give this distinction. Best from 2009 ...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: The flagship 2006 Shiraz Hanisch ups the ante considerably. Purple/black in color, it exhibits a brooding bouquet of toasty oak, smoke, leather, espresso, wild blueberry, and ...
Wine Spectator: Smooth and polished, delivering a plush mouthful of plum, blackberry and balsamic aromas and flavors that linger on the finish with a touch of coffee. Drink now through 2016. ...
Wine Spectator: Bright and focused. A clean, spare style that emphasizes pretty pear, apple and mineral flavors that linger enticingly on the medium-weight finish. Drink now through 2013. 3,0...
Wine Spectator: Big, rich and ripe, piling layers of flavor on one another, offering mineral-accented black cherry, blackberry, cola and spice flavors that soar through the long, vivid finish...
Wine Spectator: Ripe and generous, offering a supple mouthful of cherry, black pepper, bacon and spice flavors that rocket through a layer of fine tannins. The spices, including cardamom and ...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: Deep garnet colored, the 2006 The Laird offers a multi-faceted nose of ripe black berries, blueberry preserves and kirsch aromas with an underlying perfume of baking spices, l...
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: Bitch Grenache is sourced from 40- to 60-year-old vines from the Ebenezer sub-region of the Barossa. With the price of Cotes du Rhone soaring due to the weak dollar, I am hard...
Stephen Tanzer's IWC: ($135; 100% mataro) Glass-staining ruby. Powerful scents of blackcurrant, dark cherry, olive tapenade and incense, with a musky herbal undertone. Broad, palate-staining dark b...
Wine Spectator: Filled with vitality, this has subtle nuances of lanolin and yogurt around a vibrant core of lime and pineapple fruit, finishing dry, with impressive length. Drink now through...