Kurtz Family Shiraz Barossa Valley Boundary Row 2003
The opaque purple-colored 2006 Boundary Row Shiraz was aged for 22 months in 25% new French and American oak hogsheads. The attractive nose reveals cedar, pepper, fresh herbs, game, and blueberry. This leads to a medium to full-bodied wine with plenty of succulent black fruits, excellent depth, and a pure finish. Drink it from 2010 to 2018.Add winemaker's notes
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The opaque purple-colored 2006 Boundary Row Shiraz was aged for 22 months in 25% new French and American oak hogsheads. The attractive nose reveals cedar, pepper, fresh herbs, game, and blueberry. This leads to a medium to full-bodied wine with plenty of succulent black fruits, excellent depth, and a pure finish. Drink it from 2010 to 2018.
Kurtz Family has been growing grapes in Barossa since 1930, and the age of the vines shows in this dark and peppery blend of Grenache, Shiraz, and Mataro. It has juicy blackberry flavors, with exotic spice and black pepper on the long finish. Tannins are well-integrated. Drink now through 2008.
An outstanding as well as fairly priced effort, this flamboyant , exhuberant 2002 Shiraz Boundary Row is no shy wine at 15% alcohol. However, that component is well-concealed behind a wealth of licorice-infused blackberry and currant fruit. This chewy, full-bodied, heady Shiraz possesses plenty of glycerin and texture. Already drinking well, it is a wine to drink during its first 5ndash;7 years of life.
There are only 600 cases of the 2003 Boundary Row Shiraz, an outstanding as well as reasonably priced Aussie red. Its deep ruby/purple color is followed by plenty of blackberry and peppery aromas, a big, plush texture, a good underlying spiciness, and a full-bodied, heady texture. Drink this serious Shiraz over the next 2ndash;4 years.
Bright ruby. Sexy blackberry and cherry-cola on the nose, with suave mineral and floral notes adding interest. Juicy and pure, with vivid dark berry flavors, slow-mounting spiciness and no obvious tannins. A seamless shiraz with impressive finishing sweetness and length. Irsquo;d drink this now for its lovely fruit.
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