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96 points Wine Advocate: "The 2021 Reserve Chardonnay is concentrated and creamy. The fruit is spearheaded by white peach and crushed cashews, red apple skins and a javelin of acidity that sails through it all. Coasting along, as it does in the mouth, the wine presents an unbroken stream of flavor and streamlined phenolics. It is tight, taut and a little tense at this stage, but the shimmer of exhaust through the finish shows power, persistence and pedigree. The three "p's." It's delicate, in its way. Super wine. Yippee. 13% alcohol, sealed under screw c...
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96 points Wine Advocate: "The 2020 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon is firm and plush, with layers of tannin and dark fruit. The season was warm, dry and low yielding, and the wines are concentrated and structural. This works very well in the favor of some vineyards, less so for others. At Xanadu, the estate Cabernet fruit tends to be delicate and aromatic, pure and concentrated (I am well aware that "concentrated" and "delicate" may not go hand in hand, but the Xanadu wines make it so), so in a warm season such as 2020, and in the context of this wine that so...
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90 points Wine Advocate: "While the 2000 Shiraz/Cabernet The Signature (57% Cabernet Sauvignon and 43% Shiraz) is outstanding, it is not the blockbuster this cuvee can sometimes be. Its ruby/purple color is accompanied by a spicy, earthy bouquet revealing scents of underbrush, black fruits, pepper, and background oak. This solidly made, structured 2000 will drink well for 7-10 years. (RP)" (10/2004)
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97 points Wine Advocate: "The 2023 Polish Hill Riesling is utterly superb. It has the flesh and body that only the Clare can deliver; it is shaped by coiled acidity, and it ripples through the finish with unfettered fruit power. It's a glorious thing, this wine. It's looking precise, focused and floral through the lens of the 2023 season. 12.9% alcohol, sealed under screw cap." (11/2023) 96 points James Halliday: "A flavoursome release of this stalwart Clare riesling; easy access in youth with a sense of high drinkability, concentration of flavour and ...
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97 points James Halliday: "Granitic DNA defines this mid-weighted syrah. Of a mineral grind, flirtatious and energetic of ambition and crunch, this is iodine cloaked in dried seaweed and umami; blueberry, tapenade, charcuterie and sour cherry sass. Of an impeccably detailed weave of transparent acidity and moreish tannins-firm without grate-this flows long and juicy. Among the country's exemplary cool climate syrah, this is revelry and sophistication all at once. *Gold* (JH) " (07/2021)
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96 points James Suckling: "A rich and layered blend of 75% cabernet sauvignon and 25% malbec, this red shows a lovely softness and balance with rich, plummy aromas and flavors, as well as currants and spices. Cedar, too. Full body. Round tannins." (05/2019) 96 points Wine Advocate: "Sarah Crowe, and Yarra Yering specifically, is the safest bet you'll make all year. These wines are sublime (silly word, but it's the only one that properly encapsulates the style): alive, bright, shapely, long, elegant, of place, and most importantly, delicious. All of tha...
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96 points James Suckling: "A 60/40 split here between sangiovese and syrah, this has a very detailed and seamlessly integrated stance. The nose has the allure and spicy dance of fragrant cool-climate syrah thanks to the grape's darker plum and cherry fruits, which are spliced against redder plums and cherries of sangiovese. The spices, meanwhile, are totally interwoven. The palate's more sangiovese-driven, with tannins building up through the mid-palate and making for a more serious impact than the fleshy syrah would otherwise have. Long, extruded finish...
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Bid on this 12-bottle lot of 2017 Chateau Tanunda "Grand Barossa" Red Blend Barossa Valley South Australia (90W&S). Wine & Spirits: "Michele Gerber is now the managing director of her family’s estate, with 355 acres of vines in Barossa, including some of the region’s oldest plantings. Head winemaker Neville Rowe focuses the Grand Barossa wines on vineyards throughout Barossa. This blend is strawberry-bright and rosy, touched by a little scallion-like reduction when first poured, but gains depth with air—from strawberry seed to raspberry, lasting with a pink-peppercorn spice. Decant it for grilled eggplant and lamb. (JG)" (06/2020)
Starting Bid: $60.00

Bid on this 2-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 1996 Trevor Jones "Dry Grown" Shiraz Barossa Valley (1.5L) and 1-bottle of 2000 Gibson Wines "Australian Old Vine Collection" Barossa Shiraz. Of the 1996 Trevor Jones "Dry Grown" Shiraz Barossa Valley (1.5L), Praise from Jay Miller in Wine Advocate writes: "Trevor Jones has long been a reliable source for high-quality Barossa Shiraz." (02/2009)
Current Bid: $60.00

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