$14.25 in any six
$14.25 in any six
$15.75 in any six
Only outstanding parcels of fruit are selected for Jacobs Creek Reserve reds. This rich generous and complex Shiraz shows ripe blackberry fruit with hints of black pepper and subtle toasty oak.
It's a reliable red but it's in particularly good form of late - now that the emphasis is more on the fruit than on the oak. It tasted good from the get-go but given a little air the tannin structure and fleshiness of the fruit really started to de-robe - in an enticing way. This is pretty good clobber. It tastes of blackberries and coffee grounds, ripe plum and toffee. It's a medium weight wine of exemplary balance. It's best young but it may cellar for even longer than predicted below.
Vintage: 2008 Score: 91 points
Source: The Wine Front
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