Torbreck Woodcutter's Shiraz 2019 - Station Plaza Wine
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Torbreck Woodcutter's Shiraz 2019
SKU: 10745

Torbreck Woodcutter's Shiraz 2019

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750ml
$32.00
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Category Red Wine
Varietal
Region Australia, South Australia, Barossa Valley
Brand Torbreck
Alcohol/vol 14.5%
Full of freshness and bright youthful fruits, the 2019 vintage brings an opulence and class to the wines. Aromatic plum and raspberries with freshness and balance, the wine has a round central core of red fruit that gives way to a complex mid-palate full of cassis, dark cherry, spice and vanilla. While offering immense pleasure in its youth, the 2019 Woodcutter's - Shiraz will certainly develop into an impressive wine with a few more years in the cellar. A fantastic introduction to the Torbreck range.
Wine Enthusiast
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Editors' Choice. This wine offers oodles of plush, plump plum and cherry accented by flowers, peppery spice, soy and iron. The palate delivers what the nose suggests. It's broad shouldered but neatly cupped by fine, chalky tannins. There's a lucidity here thanks to minimal oak. Tangy fruit and a saline note carry the finish. It's a charming example of modern Barossa Shiraz.

Christina Pickard, March 1, 2021
Wine Advocate
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Effusive aromas of dark plums, cola, blueberries and raspberries can all be found on the nose of the 2019 Woodcutter's Shiraz. Predominantly raised in older hogsheads, there are hints of vanilla as well. Medium to full-bodied, reasonably lush and soft, with a lingering, softly dusty and gently savory finish, this is another outstanding vintage for this wine.

Joe Czerwinski, June 30, 2021
Wine Spectator
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Tangy berry and cherry flavors are juicy and bright, with a touch of apricot and blood orange that gives it an appealing fragrant lift. Nutmeg and tobacco notes and a firming thread of tannins linger on the finish. Drink now through 2030. 630 cases imported.

MaryAnn Worobiec, 2021