2 Up South Austalia Shiraz 2007
Rating 88. Dry shiraz restained that will apeapl to many people. Nose has and aroma I cannot identify clearly.
Had this wine with an Italian dinner on July 22 2009. Pretty well balanced. Cherries on the nose, and Cherry and chocolate flavors. This was a pop and pour at the restaurant so it did not have time to breathe. If it had decanted for 30 min to an hour it would have been better. Overall I enjoyed this. 88pts
I have tried the 2008 and think it is a great bottle of wine for the price. Enjoyable fruit That gets better as you let it breathe. I don't know about the 2007 but the 08 drinks nice. Cheers
V drinkable...but leaves that burn at the back o my jaw...
Two and a half glasses
External Reviews for 2 Up South Austalia Shiraz
Smooth, polished and juicy, with berry, pepper and distinct game flavors, finishing harmoniously. Drink now through 2005.
Ruby red-purple in color, this Shiraz reveals ripe plum and mulberry fruit in the nose with notes of spice, licorice and dusty oak and a touch of vanillin. The palate is full flavored ripe berry fruit, plums and fine tannins with a long defined finish.
Long a steak house staple, Kangarilla Road's Shiraz mixes dark berries and plums with touches of cedar, caramel and vanilla. The creamy-textured tannins pick up just enough dustiness on the finish to match well with fatty cuts, like ribeyes. Drink now-2015.
Smooth and round, with a roasted red pepper edge to the ripe berry and plum flavors, finishing firm and with lively acidity. Drink now through 2010.
Tiefe, intensiv rubinrote Farbe. Wunderbar typische Gewürznoten in der Nase. Am Gaumen voll, mit einem Mix aus schwarzen und roten Früchten, ausgewogen mit samtigen Tanninen.
Sometimes good wines just never get reviewed. That's why we're writing this rather than Robert. McLaren Vale fruit is less ripe than Barossa and it's no surprise that this wine favors balance over brute force. Full-bodied and still quite ripe with flavors of plum, blackberry and dried cranberries, all held together by a pleasant wallop of new oak.