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Greenock Creek Shiraz Seven Acres 1998, 750mL (WA96) from The BPW - Merchants of rare and fine wines.

Greenock Creek Shiraz Seven Acres

750mL

Vintage: 1998
Region: Australia
Appellation: Barossa Valley

WA96
Rated 96 points by the Robert Parker`s Wine Advocate: `The massive 1998 Shiraz Seven Acres performed better than it did in its youth. A nuanced, complex bouquet of black fruits, forest floor, graphite, licorice, and leather precedes a peppery, full-bodied Shiraz of extraordinary concentration, density, freshness, and vivacity. While vibrant, exuberant, and huge, it is not over the top, nor does it exhibit any evidence of wood.` -- Robert Parker in the Wine AdvocateAdditional Notes from the Wine Advocate: `This has always been one of my favorite Barossa wineries - great proprietors, tiny yields, old vines, and a hands-off style of winemaking. Of all the flights we tasted, these stood out as the most riveting wines of the entire tasting. The Shiraz cuvees were off the charts - every one still young and not close to full maturity. These are all high octane wines (14.5-16% alcohol), but any evidence of wood (little new oak is used here except for the limited production Roennfeldt Road cuvee) is completely buried under the aromatic complexity and richness.`


$59.00

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Greenock Creek Shiraz Seven Acres

750mL

Vintage: 1998
Region: Australia
Appellation: Barossa Valley

WA96
Rated 96 points by the Robert Parker`s Wine Advocate: `The massive 1998 Shiraz Seven Acres performed better than it did in its youth. A nuanced, complex bouquet of black fruits, forest floor, graphite, licorice, and leather precedes a peppery, full-bodied Shiraz of extraordinary concentration, density, freshness, and vivacity. While vibrant, exuberant, and huge, it is not over the top, nor does it exhibit any evidence of wood.` -- Robert Parker in the Wine AdvocateAdditional Notes from the Wine Advocate: `This has always been one of my favorite Barossa wineries - great proprietors, tiny yields, old vines, and a hands-off style of winemaking. Of all the flights we tasted, these stood out as the most riveting wines of the entire tasting. The Shiraz cuvees were off the charts - every one still young and not close to full maturity. These are all high octane wines (14.5-16% alcohol), but any evidence of wood (little new oak is used here except for the limited production Roennfeldt Road cuvee) is completely buried under the aromatic complexity and richness.`


$59.00

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