$14.25 in any six
$14.25 in any six
$15.75 in any six
Taylors Shiraz continues to be one of the most outstanding value for money Shiraz available. Widely acclaimed by many critics, this Shiraz is true to its region and variety, showing ripe plum and blackberry fruit with minty notes in the background. A touch of vanillin oak adds some wonderful interest.
Mint, coconut oak, rich blackberry fruit and a dab of spice. It's full bodied, ripe and sweetly flavoursome with a mouth-coating glycerol-like texture and good ripe tannin to match. There's some tobacco savouriness in the aftertaste, with the promise of more to come with further bottle age. Subtle as a house brick but equally solid and reliable. Toyed with giving it an extra point even, but either way it's likely to be discounted and widely available - so well worth looking into.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 90 points
Source: The Wine Front
Good, honest Aussie shiraz from the outset, smelling of ripe blackberry and plum fruits with a well-weighted mouthful of sweetly tuned flavours and just enough creamier-style oak-derived texture and complexity to support all the higher aromatic tones in the wine. It's an all-good, everyman's red wine at this price point and will satisfy at just about any winter occasion.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 4 glasses
Source: The Herald-Sun Taste
A rich brooding wine with acres of blue and black fruits, all supported by generous oak, a lick of lovely mint and well-structured tannins.
Vintage: 2008 Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
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