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2001 Brothers in Arms Shiraz
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- Cellar 4 - 5 years (2007-2008)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Cork
The 2001 Brothers in Arms Shiraz builds on the instant reputation established by the 2000 vintage. Brothers TOM & GUY ADAMS and their family grow vines on a 3000 acre property which saw the first vines planted in 1891. Wine lovers may recall that the history of the Adams family is very much interwoven with the history of Stonyfell Metala - being the prime source of their grapes.
The rainfall in the Langhorne Creek district verges on desert conditions with 350mm recorded annually, mainly in winter. The Summers are dry and hot with some moderating influences provided by cool breezes blowing off nearby Lake Alexandria. The brothers have built a new state of the art winery and employed top winemaker, DAVID FRESCHI. The Brothers ambition is quite simply to produce a world class wine.
Tasting Note: A spectacular follow up to the 2000 Shiraz. Brothers Tom and Guy Adams are determined to produce exceptional wine from their state of the art winery. Opaque black crimson purple colour. The nose is immediately recognisable as a classy Shiraz. Wonderful ripe fruit notes leap out of the glass intermeshed with oak and blackpepper over layers of vanilla, liquorice and cedar. The palate is explosive and shows excellent depth and concentration. The blackpepper flavours are very pronounced and are followed by blackberry, plum, cedar and spice flavours. Fine dry tannins, perfectly balanced with very long spice, blackpepper plum aftertaste.
Cellar 4-5 years (2007-2008)