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2010 Torbreck Run Rig
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- Cellar Drink Now - 10 years (2013-2023)
- ABV 16%
- Closure: Cork
A magnificent Run Rig.
Produced from a blend of 97.5% Shiraz and 2.5% Viognier the wine was matured in a combination of new and old French barriques for a period of 30 months.
Impenetrable inky black colour with very deep black purple hue. The nose exudes exotic aromas of liquorice, dark plum and ripe blackberry followed by some dark chocolate, vanillin oak, dried apricot and spice showing outstanding intensity. Waves of decadently rich, voluptuously textured fruit saturates every corner of the palate. Concentrated liquorice, ripe dark plum, blackberry and dark chocolate flavours are followed by exotic dried apricot, subtle vanillin oak and spice nuances. Velvet smooth tannins enhance the wines gorgeous sexy mouthfeel. Very powerful with exceptionally long succulent dark plum, liquorice blackberry, subtle vanillin oak and spice aftertaste.
Drink over the next 8-10 years (2013-2023).
Deep garnet-black with a hint of purple to the color, the 2010 RunRig taunts at first with a slightly closed nose before it engages with subtle kirsch, preserved plum, dried mulberry and Christmas cake notes intermingled with hints of violets, cinnamon stick, mocha and game. Full-bodied, rich and incredibly concentrated, the palate astonishes with incredible poise for such a big style as it perfectly balances the wine’s generous fruit flavors with firm, velvety tannins and seamlessly vibrant, lively acid. It finishes with incredible persistence. Delicious now, it should drink best 2016 to 2028+.
Lisa Perrotti-Brown – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate