"Two Left Feet has a deep garnet-purple color and a slightly closed nose of black currant cordial, mulberries, espres...Read more...
So, it seems more than a few people do the Molly Dooker shake. Well, for what it's worth, I agree with you all: this is a very warm, inviting McLar... Read more
Dark, tight, meaty and roasty nose. Aromas of blackberry and blueberry reduction. Flavors of blackberries, blueberry with nuances of menthol, spi... Read more
Yet another great production from Mollydooker. The complexity here in the Enchanted Path is a bit more than with their pure Shiraz offerings. Dar... Read more
Food Pairings for Mollydooker 'Two Left Feet' Shiraz Blend
So, it seems more than a few people do the Molly Dooker shake. Well, for what it's worth, I agree with you all: this is a very warm, inviting McLaren Vale wine with sherry-like medicinal notes, menthol, eucalyptus, cooked chokecherry and bilberry pie on both nose and palate. A bit warm for my personal preference, but delicious, quite nicely blanced depsite the 16% alcohol by volume and, well, manly. Strangely, many of my women friends love this wine despite its power. Just goes to show what we men know. Very nice if you can get it for under 25 dollars US. 89 points.
Dark, tight, meaty and roasty nose. Aromas of blackberry and blueberry reduction. Flavors of blackberries, blueberry with nuances of menthol, spice, anise and bacon fat. It's very concentrated, big, rich and ripe. Spicy palate with cumin and licorice yet retains velvety tannins and good, lively acidity. It's powerful and dark, rich and coating. Roasty with good pepper flavors. A tad warm on the palate. 86 pts. 11/10/12
Yet another great production from Mollydooker. The complexity here in the Enchanted Path is a bit more than with their pure Shiraz offerings. Dark deep rich flavor with a nice round pallet. With one sip you can tell you are in for a treat! $79.95 VW
This wine is amazingly smooth, bold, however its very sweet for a red, for OUR taste. So its given 4 glasses for quality, but on the Kozar scale 3. Would not buy again as there are other more earthy european full-bodied wines we prefer. That being said we have not met a Mollydooker we haven't enjoyed. All have been fantastic to drink. $69 VW.
Deep purple in the glass, receding to magenta at the rim. Mouthwateringly jammy nose. The palate is full and rich with notes of big blue and some red berry, some licorice, and finished with a nice pepper note. Big alcohol! Tasty, but just a bit too much. Needs food, or a few years of aging.
One of my favorites! Don't forget to do the 'Molly Dooker Shake!'
External Reviews for Mollydooker 'Two Left Feet' Shiraz Blend
Deep crimson-purple, this wine brings together the best of these varieties ? a big fruit impact, fine tannin structure, fresh acidity and silky texture this is a seamless wine showing incredible depth and amazing length.
A wonder from down under, Mollydooker wines were launched with the 2004 vintage and were an instant cult classic. Renowned winemaking team Sparky and Sarah Marquis continue to produce broodingly rich, decadent offerings that are snapped up as quickly as they are put on the shelf. The Wine Advocate scored this 2010 91 points saying "Very deep garnet-purple colored, the 2010 The Boxer Shiraz has notes of warm blackberries and blueberries with nuances of menthol, some spice cake, anise and bacon fat. Concentrated, big, rich and ripe, it offers a very spicy palate with some licorice and cumin seed coming through, supported by a medium level of velvety tannins, lively acidity and finishing very long. Drink it now to 2017+." Limited!
About This WineVery deep black-crimson, The Boxer shows a full spectrum of flavours from fresh berries and plum, to fig and blackberry jam, surrounded by cinnamon spice, licorice, and lovely warm oak with hints of cigar box and tobacco. Soft luscious palate-coating fruit with incredible depth, combined with creamy chocolate oak layers producing a complex wine with amazing power. Did you notice that The Boxer is a double Mollydooker? The grapes were grown on the Longbottom vineyard in Padthaway, the Birchmore vineyard in Langhorne Creek and the Hunt Creek, Semmens and Mollydooker vineyards in McLaren Vale. Barrel fermented and matured in 60% new and 40% one year old American oak. Alc: 16% Residual sugar: 2.6g/L pH: 3.53Pairs with BBQs, steak, ribs, anything with a bit of spice. - Winery ** SOLD OUT **
Dense, deep and complex, offering a cascade of cherry, blueberry and clotted cream flavors, with a whole range of spices on a plush texture. This has an arresting presence and finishes with pizzazz.
WOW! An incredibly powerful and complex Shiraz with sweet fruit and lovely structural tannin. The wine is made more Complex by combining the regional flavors of grapes, this wine has incredible power and purity. Did you notice that The Boxer is a double Mollydooker?
Fresh and vibrant, this delivers a lively mouthful of dark cherry, mocha and bay leaf flavors that linger on the firm finish. Best after 2013. Tasted twice, with consistent notes. -HS Wine Spectator. A Syrah wine from South Australia in Australia. 2010 Mollydooker The Boxer 750ml
Black crimson in colour, this wine leaps from the glass with powerful aromatics of blueberries, ripe sweet fruit, licorice and undertones of chocolate biscuit. The seductive texture is laced with fresh fruit flavours, coffee and warm spice.
"Two Left Feet has a deep garnet-purple color and a slightly closed nose of black currant cordial, mulberries, espresso and tree bark with a whiff of bacon. Full-bodied, ripe, rich and spicy in the mouth, it has a good foundation of crisp acid and a medium level of silky tannins, finishing long." - Wine Advocate
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