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2005 Mollydooker Enchanted Path Shiraz Cabernet Magnum (1500ml)
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- ABV 16%
- Closure: Cork
A text book example of a southern Australian red at its richest, fullest, and most pure. We have a very limited number in magnum format signed by the winemaker.Tasting note circa 2007:Totally opaque black, crimsoncolour with black crimson hue. The nose leaps out of the glass and is a rich, ripe, sensuous sniffing experience.Top notes of plum pudding, vanilla and black pepper, followed by notes of mocha and liquorice allsorts.The palate follows-through, filling the mouth with a slow-motion explosion of Christmas pudding, vanilla anddark chocolate flavours, overlaid with spice and black pepper. Velvet smooth tannins, followed by a very long,explosive aftertaste of vanilla, confectionary and spice. A powerhouse. Alc/Vol: 16%
The 2005 Enchanted Path (66% Shiraz and 34% Cabernet Sauvignon aged in primarily American oak, 60% new) is fashionedfrom relatively young vines. It reveals an amazing opaque purple/blue/black color (always a hallmark of Marquis wines), a full-bodied, powerful,smoky nose, extravagant layers of fruit, spice, glycerin, and extract, full body, superb intensity, tremendous richness, and a seamless personality.It is a textbook example of a southern Australian red at its richest, fullest, and most pure. For consumers with open minds and progressive palates,this amazing red should age beautifully for 10-15 years. Drink 2006-2021
Robert Parker, Wine Advocate #165 (Jun 2006)