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2010 Three Brothers Reunited Shiraz
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- Cellar Drink Now - 4 years (2011-2015)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Screw Cap
Most new labels in the market place, (particularly in the sub $20 category) start with a bang and over deliver in the first couple of vintages in an attempt win new customer's loyalty. However, in follow up releases they can tend to start to stretch expectations of quality in order to meet increased demand. Gradually the brand fades away as customers become disillusioned with what's become a lesser wine. Three Brothers, on the other hand, has made quality and consistency its number one priority, only gradually increasing production while building up a very loyal customer base that's made this our top selling red for the last nine years.
Totally opaque black crimson colour with deep dark crimson red hue. The nose exhibits surprising complexity and intensity for it’s modest price point with aromas of dark plum and ripe blackberry followed by a touch of liquorice and spice with a light toast overlay. Generously weighted, the palate is filled with perfectly ripened Shiraz flavours of ripe dark plum and blackberry followed by some light toast with a spicy back palate. Fleshy mouthfeel with a soft, velvet like tannin structure. Long aftertaste of blackberry, dark plum, liquorice and spice.Even in times of a global oversupply this wine remains a stellar value.
Drink over the next 3-4 years (2011-2015). Alc 14.5%
WINE OF THE WEEK
Three Brothers Reunited Shiraz 2010
This is just one of several extraordinary-value-for-money wines to come out of the excellent 2010 South Australian harvest. It's hard to believe the price when you taste the depth and richness here. Fruitcake, chocolate, dark fruits and earth, with just a hint of jamminess. Some spices as well. Rich palate with good density and ripe tannins providing excellent structure. Full-bodied, with a long carry. A wholly amazing bottle of red wine, it's made by highly experienced McLaren Vale winemaker Ben Riggs. Now to seven years. 14.5 per cent alcohol.
Food: Most red-meat dishes, especially grilled lamb loin chops, rare rump steak and roasted fillet, right through to long, slow, braised dishes such as boeuf en daube.
Huon Hooke - Sydney Morning Herald Good Living
BASED on McLaren Vale fruit, with input from other South Australian regions, this great-value young shiraz opens with aromas of dark berries, plum jam, milk chocolate and earthy spices. The generously proportioned palate is smooth, seamless and succulent, with good body and soft ripe tannins in easy harmony. (Screw cap; 14.5 per cent alcohol.)
Ageing? Drink over four years.
Food ideas Pepper steak; lasagne.
Ralph Kyte-Powell - The Age Epicure.