2003 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz (1500ml)

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2003 Jasper Hill Georgia's Paddock Shiraz (1500ml)

Heathcote, Victoria, AUSTRALIA
$175.00 Bottle
  • Cellar 10 - 16 years (2016-2022)
  • ABV 15%
  • Closure: Cork

A formidable Red from RON LAUGHTON [pictured right], with a monumental palate structure and a tannic grip that will ensure excellent cellaring potential. A total concentrate of black purple with excellent cling to the walls of the glass. Superb nose of vanilla, cedar, blackcurrant, violets, spice, confectionary and liquorice allsorts, producing an outstanding sniffing experience. The palate has a very tight gripping tannic backbone, which is supported by very concentrated fruit evident on the palate. Very ripe plum, followed by a profound black pepper flavour, which just continues to build on the palate and lasts for a very long time into the aftertaste. Limited Stocks.
Cellar 10-16 years (2016-2022)
Alc/Vol: 15%

Other Reviews...
This wine is spectacularly concentrated and represents an exceptional expression of cooler climate Australian Shiraz. The 2003 Shiraz Georgia’s Paddock exhibits an inky/blue/purple color along with a big, sweet nose of lead pencil shavings interwoven with charcoal, blackberries, cassis, licorice, and a touch of oak. This larger than life, multi-layered, intense, pure Shiraz possesses supple tannin, giving it a certain accessibility even though it will have 10-15 years of aging potential.
Drink 2005-2020
Rating 94
Robert Parker - The Wine Advocate #161 (October 2005)

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