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WOW! What a value-for-money little pocket rocket this is! After being expertly cellared for over 5 years, the 2005 Gramps Shiraz is so jam packed full of richness and flavour that it will have you coming back again and again and again. Complexity like this cannot usually be seen at this price, or at this age, and with wine scribes falling over themselves to give this all-time favourite 90+ scores, don't be the one to miss out!
Aromas of sweet berry, plum, menthol, licorice, a touch of black pepper and toasty coconut marshmallow oak. Classic old school shiraz - obvious but very Yum. On the palate medium to full bodied with rich plum and berry fruit, milk chocolate, mint and coconut flavours. It has soft fine tannin, feels supple and soft, and drinks like a champion. Finishes with juicy berry and chocolate flavours. In short, it (over) delivers the goods.
Vintage: 2005 Score: 92 points
Source: The Wine Front
Great colour; plenty of sweet primary black fruit and sweet oak; the palate is lively and well constructed, with intense black fruits lingering tot the finish. Ever reliable value.
Vintage: 2005 Score: 90 points
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