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2007 Torbreck The Struie Shiraz Museum Release
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- Cellar 4 - 5 years (2019-2020)
- ABV 15%
- Closure: Cork
Produced from 44 year old Eden Valley Shiraz vines and 80 year old Barossa Shiraz vines, the Struie is aged for 18 months in a combination of old and new French oak barriques.
Rich, plush and powerful the 2007 Struie offers superb drinking at current release pricing.
Totally opaque inky black dark red colour with a deep very dark red hue. Intense aromas of liquorice, dark plums and dark chocolate waft from the glass followed by traces of fennel, smoky vanillin cedar and spice. Full, rich and supple the palate possesses superb concentration delivering mouthfilling flavours of liquorice and dark plums followed by a touch of dark chocolate, smoky vanillin oak and spice all wrapped up in a liquid silk like texture. Velvety tannins finishing with a very long persistent aftertaste of liquorice, dark plum, smoky vanillin cedar, fennel and spice.
Drink over the next 4-5 years.
First tasted April 2009
Super saturated opaque black red colour with black red hue. The nose displays excellent intensity with lifted top notes of dark plum and liquorice allsorts followed by blackberry, confectionary and spice. The palate displays classic Torbreck decadence with great concentration and richness – flavours of dark plum, liquorice, aniseed and confectionary with spicy back palate flavours. Signature Torbreck velvet smooth tannins and opulent texture with very long aftertaste of liquorice, plum, spice and blackpepper. 97 points.
Cellar 3-4 years (2012-2013)