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2007 Mollydooker The Boxer Shiraz
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- Cellar 3 - 4 years (2011-2012)
- ABV 16%
- Closure: Screw Cap
Since the inaugural release of the Mollydooker reds with the 2005 vintage the wine world has been abuzz. Along the way they’ve picked up many fans, particularly, in the USA where Robert Parker and his Wine Advocate colleague, Jay Miller, have lavished praise on the wines. Whilst critics of the wines have said that they’re too high in alcohol and lack finesse. Whether you love or hate the style, one thing is for sure - The Mollydooker reds are some of the most richly concentrated, voluptuous and opulent wines being produced in the world today. Those looking for elegance or refinement should steer well clear.The 2007 wines are another excellent collection of richly flavoured luxurious reds, however, due to the drought production has been reduced by 50% meaning that there’s a lot less to go around.
The 2007 Boxer is an opulently textured, flavour packed, powerhouse red.
An outstanding Boxer – totally opaque black purple colour with black purple hue – a total saturate, with paint like cling to the glass. Superb refined nose – a wonderful sniff delivering an array of ripe fruit aroma – violets, confectionary, ripe blackberry and fresh liquorice. Explosive, totally mouthfilling palate with flavours of liquorice and black pepper, ripe blackberry and dark chocolate. The wine delivers outstanding length and depth – with great persistence. Velvet tannins with very long aftertaste. A champion boxer that punches well above it’s price point.
Cellar 3-4 years (2011-2012)
- Very Limited Stocks