Old, Rare & Luxurious

  • 2009 Brokenwood ‘ILR Reserve’ Semillon

    Hunter Valley, New South Wales

    This wine has a beautiful colour, and perfect grapes/ripening means nothing interferes with the gentle aging. As the wine warms up, the citrus and some florals come in. Lively palate, plenty of citrus pith and seamless acidity. 97 points

  • 2004 Katnook 'Odyssey' Cabernet Sauvignon

    Coonawarra, South Australia

    Dark plum and violet red tinges. Dusty mulberry, ripe plum and subtle black olive fruits are laced with sweet vanilla bean, smoky and roasted mocha oak aromas. 96 points

  • 2007 Henschke ‘Henry’s Seven’ GSM

    Eden Valley, South Australia

    Brilliant crimson-purple in its youth; has a fragrant, multifaceted bouquet and a medium-bodied palate that picks up the lead of the bouquet with black cherry, blackberry, licorice, polished leather and spice, pepper and savoury tannins.
    95 points

  • 2009 De Beaurepaire ‘Victor’ Cabernet Sauvignon

    Rylstone, New South Wales

    Juicy tannins, intensity and length yet kept in check by the fact that the fruit is grown in a cool climate which balances natural acids with sugars. Despite the flavour intensity, it is a structured and elegant wine.
    95 points

  • 2014 St Hallet ‘Blackwell’ Shiraz

    Barossa, South Australia

    This sits on the luscious side of the ledger. It’s all about sweet, dark-berried fruit, fresh and more-ish, with a melt of tannin and an easy flow of flavour through the finish. Oak is not prominent, it’s all about pure Barossa Shiraz. 95 points

  • 2008 Yalumba 'The Octavius' Old Vine Shiraz

    Barossa, South Australia

    Ripe dark-plum and black fruits, meaty complexity, cedary oak, earthy sweetness and more, Long soft and sweet tannins, flavours of blackberry, plum and mocha holding the finish with impressive power and poise. Unfathomable concentration and a very long life ahead 96 points

  • 2008 Charles Melton 'Grains of Paradise' Shiraz

    Barossa, South Australia

    Bright colour; developed mocha, blackberry, black olive, bitter chocolate and leather bouquet; the palate is dense and full of rich fruitcake flavours, with vibrant acidity providing zest on the finish. 95 points

  • 2009 d’Arenberg Cellar Release ‘d’Arry’s Original’ Shiraz Grenache

    McLaren Vale, South Australia
    Blackberry pie, leather, licorice, dried herbs & iron. Chewy and textured, not hot, with appealing tannin structure A savoury wine, with a good finish and an excellent sessionability factor. 92 points

  • 2008 Tim Adams Cabernet Malbec

    Clare Valley, South Australia

    Showcases crunchy blackcurrants and black cherries, leaf and mixed spice with seamless mouth-filling, bullet proof intensity and energetic, confident tannins.  94 points

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