deep, rich, tour de force- this cab is big and juicy with a well balanced structureRead more...
A bit off on the nose with both lactic and acetic accents to the bright, juniper-accented aromas of sweet black fruit, peach tea and grilled meats.... Read more
Deep full body, lots of fruit, silky, molasses, liquorice. At a wine tasting of Syrahs (comparing Australian, Washington, and Rhone Valley), this ... Read more
I really liked the berry qualities of this red. It was an easy drinking Shiraz that I hope to find again before it disappears. Read more
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Editorial Reviews for Marquis Philips Shiraz
A bit off on the nose with both lactic and acetic accents to the bright, juniper-accented aromas of sweet black fruit, peach tea and grilled meats. Velvety and sweet in the mouth, with good freshness to the core of plummy fruit. This is fairly weighty and while it’s reasonably well-balanced, it is a monotone wine that finishes a bit abruptly. 86pts
Deep full body, lots of fruit, silky, molasses, liquorice. At a wine tasting of Syrahs (comparing Australian, Washington, and Rhone Valley), this was the favorite, and by far the cheapest. It's the perfect example of a value wine. (Not for the French inclined. Definitely not subtle.)
I really liked the berry qualities of this red. It was an easy drinking Shiraz that I hope to find again before it disappears.
Rating 88; This wine borders on a port wine in taste. Alcohol is 16%!!! it still has a remaining sweetness that borders on Portwine. The nose is Poerfull with berries and raisins. I never had a wine like this. Some of the guest hated it some liked it. It showed best when it was consumed with ice cream. The sweet taste of icecream made the wine taste almost dry. Get one and try it yourself
it was okay. nice fig/prune notes. a little too gummy or sugary in the middle for me. better on day two.
My favorite bargain red - and lower in price this year than last! This is possibly my favorite vintage yet. Amazing depth and density of fruit for any wine, much less one in this price range. Lip-smacking blackberry and black raspberry fruit - like a black raspberry pie - on top of subtle chocolate, vanilla, and roasted herb flavors. Very rich and satisfying texture, and the fruit is deep enough to basically bury the 16% alcohol. I don't know how they succeed in making a wine this good and getting it all the way from Australia to the U.S. for this price, but it is multiple-case-worthy.
Upon opening I noted the aroma of prunes and was a little worried. But upon sipping it was very fruity with nice complexity. The high alcohol content (16%) paired well with food. I look forward to enjoying it with a nice steak on day two.
Excellent finish very full bodied. Great with a tuna steak or dark chocolate dessert.
External Reviews for Marquis Philips Shiraz
The Baby Roogle Shiraz is an expression of exactly what it is named: a baby version of the flagship Marquis Philips Shiraz. Featuring a stunning label design and the same explosive, creamy, dark and c
The 2008 Marquis Philips Shiraz Integrity (the first since 2003) is also a behemoth at 17.8% alcohol. Black in color, it offers up a superb nose of Asian spices, incense, bacon, lavender, blackberry, and blueberry. Full-bodied, voluptuous, packed and... Robert Parkers Wine Advocate. A Syrah wine from South Australia in Australia. 2008 Marquis Philips Shiraz Integrity 750ml
Ripe, dense and juicy; a real mouthful of dark berry, cherry, dusky spice and sweet oak flavors, mingling harmoniously on the lively finish. Best from 2005 through 2010.
Spicy, generous, a bit rustic in style but nicely fleshed out, with olive-scented cherry and tar flavors that linger on the slightly hot finish. Drink now through 2008.
Opaque red-black with a purple rim. Aromas of rich brown sugar, prunes, black fruits, earth and mineral. A dense, silky palate, rich and super-ripe with bitumen, molasses and vanilla. Long soft, structured tannins. Appearance: Opaque red-black. Purple rim. Aroma: Rich brown sugar, prunes, black fruits, earth and mineral. Palate: Dense, silky, rich and super-ripe. Bitumen, molasses and vanilla. Long, soft structured tannins.
The 2004 Shiraz reveals blackberry, tar, pepper, and toasty oak characteristics in its spicy, rich, deep, voluptuous personality. It will drink well for 1ndash;3 years.
The ripe, juicy, fleshy 2003 Shiraz. Dark ruby/purple-colored, with blackberry, charcoal, and fig characteristics, this medium to full-bodied, potent, mouthfilling red can be enjoyed over the next 2ndash;4 years.
deep, rich, tour de force- this cab is big and juicy with a well balanced structure
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