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Amery Block 6 Shiraz, Kay Brothers 2002

Amery Block 6 Shiraz, Kay Brothers 2002

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Product info

Country
Australia
Vintage
2002
Producer
Kay Brothers
Region
South Australia
Sub Region
Mclaren Vale
Location
EHD - Immediately available stock
Bottle Size
Bottle (750ml)
Case Quantity
12
Type
Red Wine
Grape
Syrah/Shiraz
Stock Status
1 case

£45.00 (Per Bottle In Bond)

£540.00 (Case Price In Bond)

£680.14 (Duty Paid inc. VAT)

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Tasting Notes and Scores

Reviewer Score Notes
Robert Parker 95 The 2002 Shiraz Block 6 (made from 112-year-old vines cropped at a mere 1-2 tons of fruit per acre) is the antithesis of the Hillside cuvee. Backward and nearly impenetrable, its inky/ruby/purple color is accompanied by high levels of tannin, huge structure, and massive concentration. It requires 3-6 more years to become civilized and accessible. This dense Shiraz saturates the palate with extract and concentration as well as elevated tannin. It is amazing one winery could produce two wines that are so totally opposite. Only consumers with cool cellars and the patience to wait 5-6 years should purchase this blockbuster.

Maturity: 2010-2022 • Reviewed: October 2004 • Source: eRobertParker.com