Deep crimson with dark red hues. Lifted aromas of mulberry and blackberry with underlying hints of cloves and anise, balanced by spicy oak notes. The 2006 Jacobs Creek Reserve Shiraz is a full bodied ...
Another earthy shiraz. Very similar to the [yellow tail] shiraz but, if memory serves, smoother. It is the boldest Jacob’s Creek wine on their wine scale. There is a less expensive ($12.45 Cdn) Jacob’s Creek Shiraz (ie: non-‘Reserve’). My good friend Don Hicks brought this bottle over for another movie night (Elizabeth (1998)). This wine is yet another shiraz that surprised me for being surprisingly good. I’m beginning to think I misjudged shiraz wines lo these last 20 years.
This was a favorite - especially with grilled rosemary lamb loin chops! the 2009 is also nice but 2006 was the best. we drank it well and thoroughly enjoyed it. Congrats on a wonderful wine!
fruité vin plus qu'interessant pour la terrasse et le saumon ou les grillades
nice bouquet short finish soft tannins fruity
Deep Plum Wonderful Bouquet some Tannins
easy drinker. not overly spicy
rich and dark