2006 Mollydooker "Two Left Feet" Shiraz-Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot South Australia

SKU #1031021 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 Two Left Feet is a glass-coating opaque purple color. The brooding nose reveals plummy dark fruits, blueberry, licorice, and a hint of chocolate. On the palate it is thick, layered, and voluptuous. The structure is well-concealed and the wine is seamless and very long. It will reward a few years of cellaring but delaying gratification will be difficult. It is a great value.  (8/2008)

90 points Wine Spectator

 Smooth, vibrant and distinctive for its tarry blackberry and charred meat flavors, riding high on a sleek frame. Shiraz, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Best from 2008 through 2016.  (9/2007)

89 points James Halliday

 Juicy, predominantly plum and black cherry fruit, with some notes of redcurrant; manages to carry the alcohol quite well, but needs food.  (1/2008)

K&L Notes

A blend of 68% Shiraz, 15% Cab, 17% Merlot. The 2005 vintage was selected by Robert Parker as the 2nd "Best Value Wine in the World under $20." The 2006 is even better as the vintage produced fruit which was absolutely awesome. The dancing couple on the label represent the influence of both a male and female palate in Mollydooker's winemaking.

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