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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Notes of wintergreen and cherries dominate the nose of the medium-bodied 2019 The Stag Shiraz from Forage, a brand created by Ben Riggs for the American importer, Epicurean Wines. (JC)" (08/2021) K&L Notes: This medium-bodied, fruit forward Shiraz is sourced from Riverland and Langhorne Creek in South Australia. It's a "solid value for money" according to critic Joe Czerwinski for Wine Advocate who writes, "If my local places would pour wines like this by the glass, I wouldn't have to cross the border to BYO-friendly New...
Price: $14.99
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94 points James Halliday: "Hand picked from 2 very old vineyards, in Blewitt Springs and Clarendon, on sand and clay respectively. I have criticised earlier vintages of this wine as abstemious and ascetic. Grenache, after all, is a later ripener equipped with joyous fruit and (when made well) a jittery kit of briary tannins to confer a whiff of savouriness. And so it goes. Lots of whole-berry florals and juby red-fruit riffs. Complex hints of orange rind, sassafras, turmeric and clove, to boot. Warmth and mineral tannic rasp as an effortless whole. Delic...
Price: $24.99

92 points, silver, Ned Goodwin writes for Halliday Wine Companion: "Largely 50-year-old plantings. Destemmed, open-top fermented and on skins for a meagre 10 days. 18 months in French oak (25% new). Fine and powdery tannins, reliant on what is clearly high-quality wood and a brief extraction window. It works. Black/blue fruits, a sluice of anise and clove and a whiff of violet. Warm. Generous. Yet these descriptives are at times inane and repetitive. It is the texture that makes any good wine and for an estate bottling, this has a generous fealty to regi...
Price: $19.99

94 points James Halliday: "Subregional sourcing across Seaview, Blewitt Springs and Clarendon, from 30–55yo vines. Matured in 15% new French oak. For the price, this is very hard to top. Even if it were double, it would be impressive. Dark cherry, violet, bitter chocolate, Dutch licorice and clove. Very regional fruit profile, but discernibly noble and far from the madding crowd by virtue of its lithe, slinky tannin profile and well-applied oak; a welcome belt of savoury restraint." (04/2021)
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93 points James Halliday: "A meld of 3 dry-grown tempranillo vineyards in cooler Blewitt Springs, together with the proprietary vineyard at Onkaparinga Gorge, in Seaview. 89% tempranillo (30% carbonic) with 11% old-vine grenache, fermented in old oak. As good as any tempranillo-led blend that I've had. A swirl of violet, boysenberry, clove, black olive and pepper. Juicy. Pulpy. Restrained tannins, not too firm, but assertive enough to promote the fruit and effusive joy. Lovely wine." (05/2021) K&L Notes: This blend of 89% Tempranillo and 11% Grenache w...
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99 points James Suckling: "Such attractive red-floral, stone and bracken aromas here with a red-plum and redcurrant edge, as well as pink grapefruit, blood orange and white pepper. The palate has a sleek and granular feel with a finely detailed style of tannin and a dried red-berry and cherry core. Leaf-like layers of tannin. Exquisite. Drink over the next eight years." (08/2021) 97 points Wine Enthusiast: "From the block next to the renowned High Sands vineyard, Ovitelli skips the oak in favor of 158 days on skins in large ceramic eggs. The result is ...
Price: $64.99

95 points James Halliday: "From 2 vineyards in the Oakbank and Balhannah districts, 30% whole bunches with the remainder crushed on top. Matured in French oak (30% new, the remainder 5+yo wood) for 8.5 months. Ripe with satsuma plum notes, and a great dusting of white pepper. Juicy, fleshy, tangy with sticky tannins. Rolls delightfully through the mouth." (08/2021) 93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Wildly popular in Australia, this modern Shiraz puts deliciousness first without compromising quality. There's just enough whole bunch to lift the juicy plum and ...
Price: $24.99

92 points James Halliday: "Blend of 7 districts across the full expanse of the Barossa floor; matured 12 months in well-seasoned French oak hogsheads and foudre. Glossy, deep, spicy and strong, this is a serious play for the first in Torbreck's arsenal of 9 Barossa shirazes. A full, vibrant purple hue anticipates depth of spicy blood plums, blackberries and mulberries. Dark chocolate oak and medium-grained tannins sit just as they should on a long and generous finish. No nonsense, just joy. *Silver* (TS)" (08/2021) 92 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine...

95 points Bob Campbell: "Deepish red colour with a good tint of purple and a bright, brooding aroma of dark cherry which is very rich and concentrated. The palate flavour is sumptuous and mouth-filling, with substantial structure and firm tannins. Rich, fruit-sweet, decadent and powerful, with some bitterness in the tannins which will evaporate in the presence of food and/or after a little bottle-ageing. A serious pinot of real depth, concentration and structure. Impressive stuff and good value. " (03/2020) 94 points James Halliday: "A combination of w...
Price: $32.99

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