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Greenock Creek Shiraz Roennfeldt Road 2005, 750mL (WA98) from The BPW - Merchants of rare and fine wines.

Greenock Creek Shiraz Roennfeldt Road

750mL

Vintage: 2005
Region: Australia
Appellation: Barossa Valley

WA98
Rated 98 points by Robert Parker`s Wine Advocate: `The 2005 Roennfeldt Road Shiraz is very deep purple-black in color. It presents and incredible array of pronounced spice, earth, floral and savory aromas: blackberry preserves, dried mulberries, coffee, grilled duck, vanilla, cloves, fenugreek, violets and dried rose petals plus some shavings of dark chocolate. Very full and very rich in the mouth, at 17.5% declared alcohol this is not a wine for the faint hearted. Though youthful it`s already multi-layered and the opulent flesh is well supported by a good backbone of crisp acid and a high level of velvety tannins. The finish is very, very long. This Shiraz has great balance for the alcohol and although the wine leaves a bit of heat in the finish it neither overpowers nor detracts from the layers of complex flavors. Possessing the foundation and stuffing to age, it should drink well from 2014 to 2025+.` -- Jay Miller in the Wine Advocate


$149.00

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Greenock Creek Shiraz Roennfeldt Road

750mL

Vintage: 2005
Region: Australia
Appellation: Barossa Valley

WA98
Rated 98 points by Robert Parker`s Wine Advocate: `The 2005 Roennfeldt Road Shiraz is very deep purple-black in color. It presents and incredible array of pronounced spice, earth, floral and savory aromas: blackberry preserves, dried mulberries, coffee, grilled duck, vanilla, cloves, fenugreek, violets and dried rose petals plus some shavings of dark chocolate. Very full and very rich in the mouth, at 17.5% declared alcohol this is not a wine for the faint hearted. Though youthful it`s already multi-layered and the opulent flesh is well supported by a good backbone of crisp acid and a high level of velvety tannins. The finish is very, very long. This Shiraz has great balance for the alcohol and although the wine leaves a bit of heat in the finish it neither overpowers nor detracts from the layers of complex flavors. Possessing the foundation and stuffing to age, it should drink well from 2014 to 2025+.` -- Jay Miller in the Wine Advocate


$149.00

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