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Torbreck RunRig Shiraz 2001 750 mL - 1 Bottle Lot

$550.00 $399.00 Sale

Est. range:

Private Sale- priced per LOT inc. GST (if applicable) and commission.

11 in stock, ready to ship
  • Lot #13458654
  • 99 Points RPJ
  • Actual Bottles Pictured
  • $400 per bottle
  • Zero Ullage, Perfect Labels
  • Cork Closure
  • Professionally Cellared
  • 14.5% abv
  • Sold /Priced as a 1 Bottle Pack

99/100 Points Robert Parker Jnr.


The youngest Run Rig, the 2001, should equal the 1998 as it is almost a clone aromatically, texturally, and flavor-wise, just much younger. This opaque purple-colored beauty should flirt with perfection over the next 10-15 years. Torbreck’s flagship wine, the Run Rig, is made from 40- to 120-year-old Shiraz vines with some co-fermented Viognier (usually around 3%), tips the scales between 14-15% alcohol, and is aged 30 months in French oak. In contrast to the way they taste upon release, neither the 1998 or 1997 Run Rig revealed any oak. (RP) (6/2009)

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