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Greenock Creek Alices Barossa Valley Shiraz 2005 750mL - 6 bottle Lot

$780.00 $600.00 Sale Sold out

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  • 96/100 Points  - Robert Parker Jnr.
  • Cork Closure
  • ACTUAL Bottles pictured
  • Professionally Cellared
  • Alc 17.5%
  • Average Retail price $130 per bottle
  • Lot is PRICED PER PACK of 6

  • Review: Phillip White 94++ points!
    “It has plenty of spicy piquancy, from its oak, but there’s no chance of that carpentry getting much of a say in. Kahlua and licorice, plum liqueur, Cherry Heering and deep framboise and cassis liqueur swim lazily about in its incredibly intense bouquet; there’s even that wicked black smell of freshly-polished Spanish leather, like great tempranillo. The palate is an unctuous anointing oil from some heavenly religion not yet invented. While it’s in your mouth it’s all velvety and thick; as it leaves it gives the mouth a creamy coating of bitter chocolate and cherry dessert, and the breath a drying adult tang of alcohol, as if you’d just swallowed a Kahlua and vodka cocktail, with maybe a dribble of Campari. I have never had a wine like it. It is not porty, but more like some of those devilish coffee/chocolate/orange liqueur cocktails I blended in the Exeter as a kid. Magic. Hot. Scary. Impossible.” 

  • Phillip White, 1st August 2007


    The 2005 Alice’s Shiraz spent 28 months in seasoned American oak hogsheads. Aromas of smoke, asphalt, meat, game, truffle, and blueberry soar from the glass. On the palate this full-bodied Shiraz is velvety-textured, layered, spicy, and richly fruity. While not quite as riveting as the 2004 edition, it has enough structure to evolve for several years and should drink well through 2025. Greenock Creek Vineyard & Cellars, owned by Michael and Annabelle Waugh, remains one of South Australia’s iconic wineries. Start with a great terroir, add in old vine material and meticulous winemaking, and end with extraordinary results. 

  • Wine Advocate # 181 Feb 2009 Jay Miller 96 Points Drink: 2009 - 2025

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