Kurtz Family Red Rhone Blend Barossa Valley Gsm Boundary Row 2006

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Yes, Irsquo;m cheating a bit with the addition of the S(hiraz) and M(ouvedre), but the G(renache) is the star of this threesome. Opening night, the spotlight first hits the riper red berry fruit flavors, then swings stage left to pick up the licorice, clove and cinnamon notes, then pans back to center stage, allowing the black cherry to take a bow, to thunderous applause and an epic finish. So good you might consider TIVO©-ing it, just so you can taste it again.

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External Reviews for Kurtz Family Red Rhone Blend Barossa Valley Gsm Boundary Row

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Vintage: 2004 01/04/2012

Yes, Irsquo;m cheating a bit with the addition of the S(hiraz) and M(ouvedre), but the G(renache) is the star of this threesome. Opening night, the spotlight first hits the riper red berry fruit flavors, then swings stage left to pick up the licorice, clove and cinnamon notes, then pans back to center stage, allowing the black cherry to take a bow, to thunderous applause and an epic finish. So good you might consider TIVO©-ing it, just so you can taste it again.


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Vintage: 2004 01/04/2012

Some hat trick! A blend of 55% Grenache, 25% Shiraz, 20% Mataro (a.k.a. Mourvedre). This dark garnet wine has explosive aromas of ripe plum, raspberry, blackberry and cherry; full-bodied, rich flavors of crisp, juicy, spicy raspberry and cherry skate across the tongue, supported by underlying structure and enhanced by a long finish. Enjoy with brioche-wrapped leg of lamb with rice and kidney stuffing, grilled calvesrsquo; liver or blue cheese. He shoots, he scores, and so do you!


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Vintage: 2004 01/10/2013

Some hat trick! A blend of 55% Grenache, 25% Shiraz, 20% Mataro (a.k.a. Mourvedre). This dark garnet wine has explosive aromas of ripe plum, raspberry, blackberry and cherry; full-bodied, rich flavors of crisp, juicy, spicy raspberry and cherry skate across the tongue, supported by underlying structure and enhanced by a long finish. Enjoy with brioche-wrapped leg of lamb with rice and kidney stuffing, grilled calvesandrsquo; liver or blue cheese. He shoots, he scores, and so do you!


External Review
Vintage: 2004 01/10/2013

Yes, Iandrsquo;m cheating a bit with the addition of the S(hiraz) and M(ouvedre), but the G(renache) is the star of this threesome. Opening night, the spotlight first hits the riper red berry fruit flavors, then swings stage left to pick up the licorice, clove and cinnamon notes, then pans back to center stage, allowing the black cherry to take a bow, to thunderous applause and an epic finish. So good you might consider TIVO®-ing it, just so you can taste it again.


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Vintage: 2004 05/18/2011

Smooth and round, with generous cherry and spice flavors that persist appealingly on the finish against modest tannins. Drink now through 2010.



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