2004 Parson's Flat  Shiraz Cabernet

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2004 Parson's Flat Shiraz Cabernet

Padthaway, South Australia, AUSTRALIA
$33.99 Bottle
Minimum 12 bottles
  • Cellar 3 - 4 years (2009-2010)
  • ABV 15.5%
  • Closure: Cork

Retasted: An impressive Red. Very deep crimson colour with crimson hue. Perfumed nose of plum, spice and blackcurrant, followed by liquorice allsorts and violet. The palate has excellent weight and mouthfeel. Flavours of liquorice, blackcurrant and blackberry are followed by plum, spice and cedar. Generous palate flavours. Perfect balance. Long aftertaste of cedar and spice.
Cellar 3-4 years (2009-2010)
Alc/Vol: 15.5%

First Tasted, 8/02/2006: Very deep crimson colour with deep crimson hue. Aroma of dark chocolate, vanilla, spice and plum. Flavours of ripe plum, vanilla and liquorice allsorts over a spicy background. Fine grained tannins, excellent balance. Aftertaste of spice, black pepper, vanilla and plum.
Cellar 3-4 years (2009-2010)
Alc/Vol: 15.5%

Other Reviews…. From the same team (growers Kim and Mark Longbottom and winemaker Kim Johnston) that runs Henry’s Drive, this wine is made in a similar style. Produced from 6- to 12-year-old vines, it is a blend of 70% Shiraz and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon aged in 100% American oak, of which 80% is new. It is an in-your-face, exuberant, flamboyant Aussie red boasting loads of espresso roast, toasty oak, blackberries, cassis, and licorice. Full-bodied, opulent, and voluptuous, with oodles of glycerin and depth, this hussy requires drinking during its first 7-8 years of life, although it may last even longer.
93 points
Robert Parker – The Wine Advocate