Quite juicy, fruit-forward style; particularly good length and balancing acidity; overall elegance.
From Langhorne Creek, the 200-case cuvee of 2003 Shiraz Harry and Edward’s Garden is classically southern Australian, displaying notes of loamy soil, blackberries, cassis, smoke, and toasty oak. This rich, full-bodied impressive Shiraz should drink well for a decade. (RP)
The scent of black trumpet mushrooms and Chinese five spice give this an exotic edge. The fruit is clean and black, simple in flavor and gently rich in texture. Play off the fullness and spice with a Moroccan tagine.
Firm and lively, with a wonderful range of spicy, floral, earthy aromatics that swirl around a fine core of cinnamon-scented black cherry and berry flavors on a silky frame. (HS)
Dark ruby. Earthy, musky aromas of dark cherry and plum, with a suggestion of chocolate. A firmly structured shiraz that nonetheless offers good pliancy of texture. Flavors of cherry and dark berries, plus a slightly salty chocolate note. This is more "winey" today than the Max's bottling and drinking nicely right now. (JR)
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