Thursday, June 5, 2008

Heritage Wines 2004 "Rossco's" Shiraz

That was how the late great Melbourne Age wine writer Mark Shield described Rossco's Shiraz. It's heroic Barossa Shiraz at its best and while it bears a fair price tag you can grab a dozen for the price of a bottle of Grange.
This is Heritage Wines' flagship red made from very old dry grown vines from a grower not surprisingly called Ross. Winemaker Steve Hoff advises cellaring for 10 years although others give it a far longer life span.The Wine Spectator's Robert Parker is a huge fan and that should give you a fair idea of the style of the wine. He likes them BIG.

Our Price: $45 per bottle


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