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Very deep garnet-purple, 2009 Reserve Shiraz gives baked blackberry and blueberry pie aromas with supporting notes of loam, dried leaves, mocha and... Read more
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Very deep garnet-purple, 2009 Reserve Shiraz gives baked blackberry and blueberry pie aromas with supporting notes of loam, dried leaves, mocha and allspice. The palate is very big, very full and concentrated at 16% declared alcohol with medium-high ... Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. A Syrah wine from South Australia in Australia. 2009 Noon Shiraz Reserve 750ml
A Syrah wine from South Australia in Australia. 2006 Noon Shiraz Reserve 750ml
The 2007 Reserve Shiraz was sourced from a 45 year old vineyard and aged 18 months in French and American oak, 50% new. A saturated purple color, it reveals a brooding bouquet of pain grillé, lavender, incense, smoked meat, blueberry and licorice. Back-strapping yet light on its feet, it is impeccably balanced, exceptionally long, and very cellar worthy. Give it 6-8 months and drink this intellectually and sensually pleasing effort between 2015 and 2027.
Luxurious Drinks offers you: Wine - red - 2006 - Noon Shiraz Reserve - Australien - Region: South Australia - Apellation: South Australia - Syrah - 750 ml.
The 2006 Reserve Shiraz was sourced from a 45-year-old vineyard and aged for 18 months in small and large French and American oak. Opaque purple/black in color, it gives up a lavish perfume of smoke, mineral, game, bacon, and blueberry that leaps from the glass. Thick, opulent, and intense, it coats the mouth with savory fruit, spices, and a hint of chocolate. Seamless on the palate, it nevertheless conceals enough structure to evolve for a decade for those able to resist its immediate come-on. It should be at its best from 2012 to 2030.
The 2001 Shiraz Reserve "rocked" from cask. Produced from 35-40-year old vines, it exhibits an inky/black/purple color in addition to extraordinarily pure blueberry and blackberry fruit intermixed with smoke, graphite, and vanilla. Full-bodied, powerful, and dense, with accessibility as well as immense fruit in reserve, this thrilling wine should be at its finest between 2006-2015.
The 2001 Shiraz Reserve is a riviting example of what is so exciting about old vine Shiraz. Produced from a 35-40 year old McLaren Vale vineyard, it possesses amazing aromatics, purity, texture, and richness. This 2001, which tips the scales at a lofty 15.8% alcohol, is intense and full-bodied as well as remarkably elegant for a wine of such mass and intensity. Its impenetrable inky/black/purple color is accompanied by explosive aromatics, and is bursting with deep, rich, well-balanced flavors revealing seamlessly integrated wood, alcohol, acidity, and tannin. Profoundly deep, rich, and intense, it will hit its peak in 3-4 years, and should last for 15+. This is truly compelling old vine Shiraz!
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