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2015 John Duval "Plexus" GSM Barossa Valley South Australia (Elsewhere $35) (Elsewhere $35)
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94 points James Halliday: "Matured for 15 months in French oak (10% new). Richly robed in luscious fruits supported by gentle tannins and a dab of oak. It is well made (of course) and is strongly Barossan in temperament. What you make of this will depend on your personal preference. *Silver*" (08/2017) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A Grenache, Shiraz, Mataro blend, the 2015 Plexus has a pale to medium garnet-purple color and nose of kirsch, red currant jelly and raspberry preserves with hints of Chinese five spice, hoisin, roses, black pepp...
Price: $24.99

2016 Torbreck "Factor" Shiraz Barossa Valley South Australia
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98 points James Suckling: "Dark fruit with iodine, muscle shell and hints of coal on the palate. Full-bodied, very tight and structured with steely tannins that give incredible length and poise. The greatest Factor I have ever tasted. Driven and brilliant. Better after 2021." (05/2019) 97 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Torbreck's 2016 The Factor incorporates what winemaker Ian Hongell calls their "most structured Shiraz, from a lot of ironstone soils." It spends two years in French oak barriques, half of which were new, so it shows hints of ced...
Price: $94.99

94 points James Suckling: "A beautiful, refined and punchy young red. There’s a lively edge to it with charcoal and licorice to the dark fruit. Medium-bodied, firm and lively. Tight and focused with linear tannins. Drink or hold. " (06/2019) 91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "It's another successful vintage for this wine, which gives consumers a taste of the Torbreck style at a reasonable price. The 2018 Woodcutter's Shiraz offers raspberry and mulberry flavors, a full-bodied, plush, supple palate and savory hints of mocha and black olive on the...
Price: $19.99

97 points James Halliday: "Old dry-grown shiraz, 86% Barossa Valley, 14% Eden Valley, matured for 20 months in French oak (12% new). Deep crimson; the wine is archetypal Torbreck style, sweeping away all before its flavours of blackberry, licorice, spice, tar and oak click in, the alcohol just part of the scenery, as are the ripe tannins. " (08/2018) 96 points James Suckling: "A blend of Barossa Valley floor and Eden Valley shiraz that delivers an impressive wine of great layering and interest. The nose runs from fragrant, savory spices and flinty, st...
Price: $49.99

95 points Wine Spectator: " *Ranked #16 on the Top 100 of 2008, Highly Recommended* Rich, focused and superbly concentrated to show off its intense, rosemary-accented black cherry, plum and blueberry flavors, riding smoothly on a dense, generous frame that feels plush and seductive, yet the flavors come through transparently. (HS, Web-2008)" 93 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Saturated ruby color. Explosively perfumed, sexy bouquet of ripe red and dark berries, incense and oak spices. Supple cherry-vanilla and black raspberry flavors...
Price: $49.99

98 points James Halliday: "Deep, vibrant colour; the bouquet is very expressive, speaking of a legion of black fruits, licorice, plum and spice, none of which prepare you for the sheer power of this amazing wine, and its untold depths. " (09/2019) 96 points James Suckling: "Stunning blueberries and mulberries here with a wealth of baking spices and red berries, as well as tarry notes and blackberries. It is all here. The palate has a super plush, rich and quite compressed tannin feel. Some firm and powerful moments, as the palate builds with plentiful...

94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Medium garnet-brick colored, the 2005 Ancient Way Vineyard Summer's Vineyard gives up stewed tea, tobacco and tilled earth scents over a core of plum preserves, mincemeat pie, cherry cordial and chocolate box plus touches of truffles and smoky bacon. Full-bodied, rich and spicy in the mouth, it has compelling earthy accents and a good long finish. (LPB)" (12/2018) 93 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Opaque ruby. Deeply pitched dark fruit preserve aromas show a superripe, decadent character, w...
Price: $149.99

100 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Deep garnet colored with a touch of remaining purple at the rim, the 2012 The Laird is one of those wines you could just go on smelling all day. It opens with a complex perfume of kirsch, dried mulberries, blackberry tart and spice cake over cloves, mocha, dusty earth, incense, star anise, yeast extract and aged beef. The full-bodied palate is drop-dead seductive, unfurling in the mouth to reveal exotic spice, meat, earth and berry preserves layers, supported by firm, velvety tannins and seamless acid. The finis...
Price: $649.99






94 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Medium ruby. Cassis, raspberry, violet, pepper and eucalyptus on the nose. Dense, spicy and vibrant, with superconcentrated, sharply delineated flavors of blackberry, chocolate, pepper and spices. A far cry from the literally dozens of dead fruit Shirazes I tasted in recent weeks from Australia. This has superb backbone and lift, and a bright, very long finish. (ST)" (07/2004) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Rich in texture, almost Port-like in character, lavish in its ripe cherry and berry flavors, fin...
Price: $44.99

94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1996 Cabernet Sauvignon (from 10-year old vines) may only have a "modest" 13.9% alcohol, yet it is a sensational wine. Its opaque saturated purple color is followed by copious amounts of cassis, earth, and spice aromas. There is superb concentration, huge body, outstanding purity, and a multi-dimensional, thick, viscous, concentrated finish. It is a blockbuster Cabernet Sauvignon that will be drinkable young because of low acidity, but will evolve for two decades. (RP)" (04/1999)
Price: $59.99

100 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A blend of 98% Shiraz and 2% Viognier made just prior to bottling, the 2016 RunRig is a complete masterpiece. It kicks off with elegant notes of pencil shavings accenting blueberries and blackberries on the nose, then shows incredible, palate-staining intensity of fruit in the mouth. It's full-bodied, plush and velvety without being unstructured and manages to be fruit-forward yet savory on the long-lasting finish, where it picks up hints of mocha and black olives. This should be drinkable with pleasure througho...
Price: $179.99

98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Who would've thought that in the context of Barossa Shiraz, the 2015 RunRig would seem like a relative bargain? It's certainly much less expensive than Grange or Hill of Grace will be when they're released. It's also more approachable in its youth, with enormously appealing aromas of grilled fruit, savory complexities and rich, velvety tannins. Of course, it's full-bodied and concentrated, with the stuffing to age for up to a couple of decades, and it has a long, licorice-tinged finish. Winemaker Ian Hongell, who...

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2001 Torbreck "Woodcutter's Red" Barossa Valley South Australia. Robert Parker has touted David Powell as one of the great winemakers of the world, and if you have been lucky enough to have had the famed Run Rig, Factor or Descendant, you know how profound they can be. The "Woodcutter's" line represents great value from the Torbreck portfolio. The red is 90% syrah with the balance made up of grenache and cabernet sauvignon coming from vineyards up to 60 years old. Deep ripe notes of raspberry and red licorice blend with elements of meats and earth, all perfectly balanced with a supple mouth feel.
Starting Bid: $78.19


Bid on this bottle of 2002 Torbreck "Factor" Shiraz Barossa Valley South Australia (99RP, 96JH, 93ST, 93VN). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Remarkably, the 2002 The Factor may be even more awesome than the 2001. It boasts a blackberry liqueur-like intensity with chocolatey richness intermixed with blackberries, raspberries, and cherries. The unctuous texture, refreshing acidity, and sweet tannin frame-up this magnificent wine. It should drink well for 15+ years. Interestingly, the 2002 The Factor did not have the Cote Rotie-like roasted element found in the 2001, no doubt because 2002 was a much cooler growing year than the record heat experienced in 2001. (RP)" (10/2004)
Starting Bid: $80.00