Australia, 2004

2004 was a classic red Australian vintage, in which varietal character shone through.

The vintage saw plenty of sun and (mercifully) rain following on from drought-like conditions the previous year, which brought relief to the soils and winemakers alike, and a glut of wines, which kept prices relatively modest.

Australia, 2004

2004 was a classic red Australian vintage, in which varietal character shone through.

The vintage saw plenty of sun and (mercifully) rain following on from drought-like conditions the previous year, which brought relief to the soils and winemakers alike, and a glut of wines, which kept prices relatively modest.

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  1. Two Hands, Bella’s Garden Shiraz, 2004 - Cadman Fine Wines

    Two Hands, Bella’s Garden Shiraz, 2004

    Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia

    Optimum Drinking: 2017-2021
    Reviewer Rating: 95 - Wine Spectator

    Very strong, deep, purple-red; a full-bodied, luscious array of blackberry, plum and licorice; supple, ripe tannins. Just copes with the alcohol.James Halliday

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  2. Torbreck, Descendant Shiraz, 2004

    Torbreck, Descendant Shiraz, 2004

    Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia

    Optimum Drinking: 2018-2021
    Reviewer Rating: 98 - eRobertParker.com

    “Very fresh in the mouth, with dense but tangy flavors of cassis, blueberry, mocha and fruitcake. Finishes sweet and quite long, with an exotic chocolate note and bright acids.” Stephen Tanzer

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  3. Jim Barry, Armagh Shiraz, 2004

    Jim Barry, Armagh Shiraz, 2004

    Clare Valley, South Australia, Australia

    Optimum Drinking: 2018-2025
    Reviewer Rating: 98 - Robert Parker

    “One of the most colossal wines in all of my tastings...This is a great example of one of the icons of Australian Shiraz.” Robert Parker

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  4. New Penfolds, Grange, 2004 TN

    Penfolds, Grange, 2004

    Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia

    Optimum Drinking: 2018-2020
    Reviewer Rating: 99 - Robert Parker

    "The winery estimates a drinking curve of 2016 to 2050; I'd be a bit more conservative on the long end of the range. It will ultimately be seen as one of the great vintages of Grange." Robert Parker

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  5. New Penfolds, Grange, 2004 TN

    Penfolds, Grange, 2004 (Magnum)

    Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia

    Optimum Drinking: 2018-2020
    Reviewer Rating: 99 - Robert Parker

    One bottle available. "The winery estimates a drinking curve of 2016 to 2050; I'd be a bit more conservative on the long end of the range. It will ultimately be seen as one of the great vintages of Grange." Robert Parker

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