$25.65 in any six
$26.59 in any six
$33.25 in any six
Thorn-Clarke Shotfire Quartage has an incredible inky, opaque purple colour in the glass with aromas of ripe plum and sweet oak. The palate is rich and juicy with black fruit, fine tannins and an attractive rounded mouth feel. Simply perfect with a thick-cut steak!
Crimson-purple, the wine with remarkable intensity and drive to its blackcurrant, plum and licorice flavours that magically ascend on the fi nish.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 95 points
Full flavoured delivery is once again at the forefront of this perennial favourite. Juicy red and dark fruits, with supple underlying tannins.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 91 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
Thorn-Clarke Quartage is a blend of cabernet sauvignon, petit verdot, merlot and malbec and it has been one of the quality hits of the past few years. A fruitier, looser, easier to drink wine than the excellent 2007 - and given that I like both country and western, I loved last year's and love this too. It's dusty and herbal but inherently ripe and fleshy, with notes of blackcurrant and olive driving through its core. Excellent wine. Full of confident flavour.
Vintage: 2008 Score: 92 points
Source: The Wine Front
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