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The Jim Barry McCrae Wood is a fine example of the bold Clare Valley Shiraz style. Intense and concentrated, it is well worth putting away for five years at least!
Has a very different flavour register to that of The Armagh; notes of red fruit and mint accompany black fruits; the medium to fullbodied palate is very supple and smooth.'
Vintage: 2006 Score: 95 points
Source: Australian Wine Companion 2010
Lots of everything. Mint, bourboned oak, sage and dill, black fruit, licorice, some pepper. Full bodied, plenty of weight and scale, at 15.5 it holds its booze well - would not want to play cards with this baby - ripe tannin, plentiful, acidity a little pumped but fine. Slick of tannin to close. Pretty darn good, though of a style.
Vintage: 2006 Score: 92 points
Source: The Wine Front
From the outstanding 2006 vintage, this is a sensational example of Clare Valley Shiraz. Red fruits, blackberry and mint with a lovely backdrop of cedar. A Christmas star.
Vintage: 2006 Richard Moore - Dan Murphy's Fine Wine Specialist
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