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St Johns Road Blood & Courage Barossa Valley Shiraz pays homage to the red blooded players who take the field every winter weekend in a test of skill, strength and character. This dense, deeply integrated Shiraz is a testament to great teamwork combining rich and ripe vineyard fruit, balanced oak and inspired winemaking. Dan Murphy's esteemed wine panel expected good things from the 2009 offering, but were taken by surprise by the sheer quality on offer here. A truly memorable Barossa classic!
A delicious amalgam of prunes, chocolate and
sweet-fruited fleshy palate; soft-centred finishing
with a long mocha note. Barossan all-star.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 90 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
We expected this new 2009 St. John's Road to be really good, but were taken by surprise when it demolished a long line up of stiff opposition when tasted. Dense, plush purple, deeply integrated powerful black berry fruits, with chocolate, smoky undertones and grippy tannins that weave seamlessly in and out of what is a sleek and concentrated monster. Finishes with a penetrating, timeless length. A truly memorable Barossa classic!
Vintage: 2009 Score: 95 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
The front label features an old club footy photograph, in black and white. Very nicely packaged these wines old courier-like fonts completing the retro feel. This is a varietal shiraz but it comes in a long Bordeaux bottle & which always messes with my mind a little. It s an uncomplicated red with lots of warm-hearted flavour. Tar, scorched plums, blackberries and spicy earth. Coal-like depth and a sweet, fruity, almost honeyed finish. Not a monster but it s heavier than medium weight. Pretty good wine.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 89 points
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