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2006 Mollydooker Enchanted Path Shiraz Cabernet
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- Cellar 3 - 4 years (2011-2012)
- ABV 16%
- Closure: Screw Cap
A magnificent red, composed of a blend of 66% Shiraz and 34% Cabernet.
Superb black purple colour with purple hue and excellent cling to the glass wall. Concentrated aroma and palate. Liquorice top note followed by ripe blackberry, blackcurrant, vanilla and spice. Explosive mouthfilling palate flavours. A concentrate of liquorice, blackberry, blackcurrant and confectionary. Fine slightly chalky tannins. Very spicy back palate and aftertaste of liquorice, blackcurrant, confectionary and vanilla.
Cellar 3-4 years (2010-2011)
The 2006 Shiraz (66%) – Cabernet Sauvignon (34%) “Enchanted Path” was made entirely from McLaren Vale fruit. Opaque purple-colored, the wine has a fragrant bouquet of pain grille, leather, smoked meat, game, blueberry, and blackberry. This is followed by a structured wine with intense, spicy black fruit flavors, full-body, and superb balance. It is still tightly wound and will benefit from 6-8 years of cellaring. This promising effort should drink well through 2030. Mollydooker (the Australian equivalent of “Southpaw”– both Sparky and Sarah Marquis are left-handed) is the label of the renowned winemaking team of Sparky and Sarah Marquis. This is their second vintage following the schism with The Grateful Palate and the end of their involvement in the hugely successful Marquis Philips project. Total case production is 72,000, down from the 120,000 cases produced under the Marquis Philips label. They have also set up their own importing company in the United States.
Jay Miller – The Wine Advocate