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2004 Oliver's Taranga Vineyard HJ Reserve Shiraz
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- Cellar 2 - 3 years (2010-2011)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Cork
This is the fourth release of Oliver’s HJ Reserve Shiraz, and has been made from the best parcels of Old Vine Shiraz. This outstanding wine has received numerous awards. Very deep, almost opaque black purple colour and hue. Perfumed nose with violet top note, followed by spice, confectionary and blackberry. The palate delivers flavours of plum and vanilla, followed by black pepper and confectionary. Excellent length and depth. Fine grained tannins. Aftertaste of plum, vanilla, cedar, confectionary and spice.
Cellar 2-3 years (2010-2011)
The 2004 Shiraz “H.J. Reserve” was aged for two years in 100% new French oak. It was sourced from the estate’s 65-year-old vineyard with a minuscule yield of 1 ton per acre. Opaque purple, it has an enticing bouquet of toasty oak, smoke, saddle leather, espresso, mocha, blueberry, and blackberry liqueur. Medium to full-bodied and opulent, the wine has super-succulent black and blue fruit flavors, well-concealed tannins, and a very long, 60-second finish. Because of its superb balance, it will evolve for at least a decade and provide pleasure through 2030. However, for those unable to delay gratification, it will make a great companion to a giant slab of prime rib. The Oliver family is the sixth generation of grape growers on the same property. They retain a small portion of the best fruit to bottle under their own label. The wine is made by a family member, the talented Corrina Rayment, who also produces wine under her own label.
Jay Miller - Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate #173 October 2007