2008 Mollydooker "Two Left Feet" Shiraz-Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot (Previously $25)

SKU #1050096

90 points from Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2008 Two Left Feet is a blend of 68% Shiraz, 17% Merlot, and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon which also spent 11 months in 50% new French and American oak. A glass-staining opaque purple color, it emits an enticing aromatic array of sandalwood, Asian spices, incense, blueberry, and blackberry preserves. Dense, sweet, and layered on the palate, it is surprisingly light on its feet despite its size. Concentrated, lengthy, and full-flavored, this wine is all about pleasure. Enjoy it over the next 5-7 years." With complex aromas of raspberry, plum, white chocolate and a touch of smoky earth, this is rich and layered with spicy dark fruit, chocolate and silky tannins. This blend has superb aromas of butterscotch, plum, white chocolate, cherries and raspberry. Its big, unctuous texture and incredibly dense, spicy fruit give you a wonderfully rounded mouth-feel and a silky smooth finish. As in years past, the mouth-filling texture gives this wine a very long finish. Delicious!

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Staff Image By: Keith Mabry | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/8/2011 | Send Email
Another deal where the supplier is holding too much of this wine and we can't resist negotiating a better price on what was already a stellar buy from this category. It is no surprise that the "Two Left Feet" is a deeply luscious and fruit-laden wine. The surprise is that the wine is focused and shows balance. Rich black fruit, some Asian spice box notes, flavors of creme de cassis and chambord, it is unapologetic and will be best served with steaks strait off the grill, bbq ribs slow smoked to perfection or just about any dish with lamb as the focus.

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