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  1. Cape d'Estaing 'Kangaroo Island' Shiraz 2001
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    Cape d'Estaing 'Kangaroo Island' Shiraz 2001

    94pts - Robert Parker

    91pts - James Halliday

    "From six-year old vines cropped at a mere 2.3 tons of fruit per acre, the brilliant 2001 Shiraz is a candidate for the finest wine ever made on Kangaroo Island. It boasts an opaque purple color in addition to a complex perfume of blackberry liqueur intermixed with licorice, smoke, charcoal, & a hint of wood. Full-bodied as well as remarkably measured, elegant, & restrained for its power and mass, this brilliant achievement somehow walks the tightrope between excessive power & overly processed politeness. It combines intense flavor with tremendous finesse – an extremely difficult accomplishment...brilliant Shiraz." - Robert Parker

    "Deep colour; rich, blackberry & licorice; lots of mouthfeel; subtle oak, fine tannins. Serious wine!" - James Halliday

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  2. Barossa Old Vine Company Shiraz 2002
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    Barossa Old Vine Company Shiraz 2002

    93pts - Robert Parker -'The Wine Advocate' A limited cuvee produced from 109, 127, & 152-year-old vineyards, this 2003 Shiraz was aged 24 months in a combination of new French & American wood as well as a small amount of older oak. Huge, ripe, surprisingly subtle & polished, this dense purple-hued wine offers layers of blackberry & currant fruit intermingled with spicy new oak, licorice, cedar, & loamy soil characteristics. Full-bodied & voluptuous, but not over the top, this beauty should drink well for years.
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  3. Barossa Old Vine Company Shiraz 2003
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    Barossa Old Vine Company Shiraz 2003

    93pts - Robert Parker - 'The Wine Advocate' "A limited cuvee produced from 109, 127, & 152-year-old vineyards, this 2003 Shiraz was aged 24 months in a combination of new French & American wood as well as a small amount of older oak. Huge, ripe, surprisingly subtle & polished, this dense purple-hued wine offers layers of blackberry & currant fruit intermingled with spicy new oak, licorice, cedar, & loamy soil characteristics. Full-bodied & voluptuous, but not over the top, this beauty should drink well for years." - Robert Parker - 'The Wine Advocate'
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  4. Haan 'Wilhelmus' Bordeaux Blend 2002

    95pts - James Halliday

    "A 5-variety Bordeaux blend matured in a mix of new & 1-year-old French oak. All these components are perfectly synthesised & balanced, supported by fully ripe, velvety tannins giving the palate great length." - James Halliday

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  5. Tahbilk '1933 Vines' Shiraz 1997

    Tahbilk '1933 Vines' Shiraz 1997
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  6. Tahbilk 'Eric Stevens Purbrick' Shiraz 2002
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    Tahbilk 'Eric Stevens Purbrick' Shiraz 2002

    Tahbilk 'Eric Stevens Purbrick' Shiraz 2002
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  7. Tahbilk '1860 Vines' Shiraz 1999

    TAHBILK - "Winery of the Year" - James Halliday 'Australian Wine Companion 2016 91pts - James Halliday 91pts - Jeremy Oliver "Polished by time in oak & bottle; understated dark fruits, the fine tannins largely absorbed. Will go on forever. Only 300 cases made." "Every surviving vine in this block was planted in 1860. The price should be at least $500 a bottle." - James Halliday "....plenty of character & complexity" - Jeremy Oliver Tahbilk's '1860 Vines' Shiraz is produced from a 1/2 hectare un-grafted, pre-phylloxera original Estate planting - amongst the oldest Shiraz vines in the world. After careful handpicking, fermentation takes place in century old oak vats followed by maturation in French oak for 18 months prior to bottling & then a further 4 years "bottle-aging" before release.
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  8. Tahbilk '1860 Vines' Shiraz 1997

    TAHBILK - "Winery of the Year" - James Halliday 'Australian Wine Companion 2016 93pts - James Halliday 90pts - Jeremy Oliver “Medium red-purple; the moderately intense bouquet is smooth, with pleasingly sweet cherry/raspberry varietal fruit, the oak subdued. The palate, while driven by fruit, is very much the iron fist in velvet glove style, the tannin & extract management excellent. ” - James Halliday Tahbilk's '1860 Vines' Shiraz is produced from a 1/2 hectare un-grafted, pre-phylloxera original Estate planting - amongst the oldest Shiraz vines in the world. After careful handpicking, fermentation takes place in century old oak vats followed by maturation in French oak for 18 months prior to bottling & then a further 4 years "bottle-aging" before release.
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  9. Tahbilk '1860 Vines' Shiraz 2000

    TAHBILK - "Winery of the Year" - James Halliday 'Australian Wine Companion 2016

    91pts - James Halliday

    91pts - Jeremy Oliver

    "Polished by time in oak & bottle; understated dark fruits, the fine tannins largely absorbed. Will go on forever. Only 300 cases made. Every surviving vine in this block was planted in 1860. The price should be at least $500 a bottle." - James Halliday

    "....plenty of character & complexity" - Jeremy Oliver

    Tahbilk's '1860 Vines' Shiraz is produced from a 1/2 hectare un-grafted, pre-phylloxera original Estate planting - amongst the oldest Shiraz vines in the world. After careful handpicking, fermentation takes place in century old oak vats followed by maturation in French oak for 18 months prior to bottling & then a further 4 years "bottle-aging" before release.

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  10. Tahbilk '1933 Vines' Shiraz 1998

    TAHBILK - "Winery of the Year" - James Halliday 'Australian Wine Companion 2016
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