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2000 Barossa Valley Estate Shiraz E & E Black Pepper
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2000 Barossa Valley Estate Shiraz E & E Black Pepper

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"Barossa’s cooperative sets aside its best old vineyards for their high-end wine, and it’s almost always among the best in Australia. This one is typically dense, dark and powerful, a mighty mouthful of black pepper–scented black cherry, stewed plum and licorice flavors that echo beautifully on the long, fine-grained finish."-Wine Spectator Opaque red-purple. Abundance of lifted ripe red and black berries, vanillin, spices and pepper. Palate: Firm structure, exceptional length with firm, fine gr...

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"Barossa’s cooperative sets aside its best old vineyards for their high-end wine, and it’s almost always among the best in Australia. This one is typically dense, dark and powerful, a mighty mouthful of black pepper–scented black cherry, stewed plum and licorice flavors that echo beautifully on the long, fine-grained finish."-Wine Spectator Opaque red-purple. Abundance of lifted ripe red and black berries, vanillin, spices and pepper. Palate: Firm structure, exceptional length with firm, fine gr...

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  • Wine.com
    Barossa's cooperative sets aside its best old vineyards for their high-end wine, and it's almostalways among the best in Australia. This one is typically dense, dark and powerful, a mighty mouthful of black pepper-scented black cherry, stewed plum and licorice flavors that echo beautifully on the long, fine-grained finish. -Wine Spectator Opaque red-purple. Abundance of lifted ripe red and black berries, vanillin, spices and pepper.Palate: Firm structure, exceptional length with firm, fine graine...
  • Wine Spectator
    Rating: 95/100 - As reviewed by Wine Spectator on 12/15/03
  • Vintage Chart
    Rating for Australia-South Australia-Adelaide-Barossa: 88 (average year)

    Drinkability: quite possibly over the hill