Paxton Shiraz 2004

External Review by Morrell & Company:

Full of lively, sweet but not jammy, red and black fruits supported by fine, ripe tannins and well-balanced oak on a long palate. Lingering finish. Rating 94. - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion 2009

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Snooth User: Perry Mok
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08/24/2009

Five glasses


External Reviews for Paxton Shiraz

External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
04/06/2009

Full of lively, sweet but not jammy, red and black fruits supported by fine, ripe tannins and well-balanced oak on a long palate. Lingering finish. Rating 94. - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion 2009


External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
08/25/2008

It smells pretty good with its blackberry jam, plum, prune, chocolate, meat, tobacco and pine needle aromas but the palate is off the pace. Blocky and lumpy with a ball of sweet fruit and savoury meaty flavour that lands on the middle palate with a splat and then bounces quickly off into the distance.


External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
09/10/2008

Dark crimson color leading to an explosive bouquet of dark plums and mulberries with hints of pepper steak. The palate seduces with a rich, full, flavorsome palate of plums, chocolate mint and layers of savory Chinese spice complexity. It has a long, yet focused back palate of balanced fruit and tannin. The wine has seen oak maturation for an average of 20 months in French Oak (75%) and American Oak (25%) barriques. This wine will reward cellaring for 10-15 years from vintage.




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