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Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2001 Two Hands "Ares" Barossa Valley Shiraz (92RP). 92 points from the Wine Advocate: "The 2001 Shiraz Ares (100% Barossa Valley Shiraz) was previewed last year from barrel, and is even better from bottle. Its stunning nose of subtle new oak interwoven with blackberry liqueur and acacia flowers is followed by a full-bodied, rich, concentrated Shiraz with tremendous power, symmetry, and a deep, thick, long finish. Despite its large size, it is an elegant, tremendously rich, long beauty with at least 10-15 years of aging ahead of it."
Starting Bid: $150.06

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2003 Greenock Creek "Apricot Block" Barossa Valley Shiraz South Australia (95RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2003 Shiraz Apricot Block (fashioned from 11-year-old vines and also aged 28 months in American oak) offers rich aromas of creme de cassis, blackberries, asphalt, pepper, and licorice. This full-bodied, rich, intense, powerful (16.5% alcohol) cuvee is a classic, structured, clean, pure red...(RP)" (10/2006)
Starting Bid: $126.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2015 Torbreck "RunRig" Shiraz Barossa Valley South Australia (98RP, 97JH, 96JS, 93WE, 92WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Who would've thought that in the context of Barossa Shiraz, the 2015 RunRig would seem like a relative bargain? It's certainly much less expensive than Grange or Hill of Grace will be when they're released. It's also more approachable in its youth, with enormously appealing aromas of grilled fruit, savory complexities and rich, velvety tannins. Of course, it's full-bodied and concentrated, with the stuffing to age for up to a couple of decades, and it has a long, licorice-tinged finish. Winemaker Ian Hongell, who joined Torbreck from Peter Lehmann, may not have made this wine, but he deserves a lot of credit for the blending and finishing of this tour de force. (JC)" (03/2018)
Starting Bid: $330.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2005 Torbreck "Descendant" Shiraz Barossa Valley South Australia (97RP, 96JH, 95WE, 94WS, 93ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2005 Descendant is composed of 92% Shiraz and 8% Viognier which are co-fermented. The fruit is sourced from a relatively young vineyard in Marananga planted with 11-year-old cuttings from the Run Rig vineyards and aged for 18 months in 2.5-year-old French barrels previously used for Run Rig. Opaque purple, with glass-coating glycerin, it offers up a complex array of lavender, violets, blueberry, blackberry, and fresh road tar. Full-bodied, on the palate the wine has great concentration with a noticeable uplift from the Viognier, gobs of spicy black fruits, opulence, and well-concealed tannins which will carry this wine for 10-15 years of further evolution. (JM)" (10/2007)
Starting Bid: $180.00

Bid on this bottle of 2005 Colonial Estates "Emigre" Red Blend Barossa Valley South Australia (94RP, 93ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "There are 2000 cases of 2005 Emigre, a blend of six grape varieties sourced from a range of Barossa sites designed to reflect a “palate” of the Valley. The blocks were cropped at 1 ton of fruit per acre. The composition of the blend is 30% Shiraz, 30% Grenache, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Mourvedre, with the balance Carignan and Muscadelle. The wine was aged from 18-20 months in new French oak. It offers a complex aromatic array of smoky oak, damp earth, pencil lead, clove, pepper, cassis, and blueberry. Supple-textured and very intense, the wine exhibits spicy red and black fruits, with hints of mint and chocolate in the background. It is layered, opulent, and long while maintaining its elegant personality. Give it 5-7 years in the cellar and drink it through 2025. (JSM)" (10/2007)
Starting Bid: $45.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1999 Torbreck "The Factor" Shirax Barossa Valley (97RP, 94ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The spectacular 1999 The Factor is the second vintage of this 100% Shiraz cuvee aged primarily in old French oak for 30 months prior to being bottled with no fining or filtration. David Powell calls it the "most classic Barossa Valley wine" he makes. Yields from these old Shiraz vineyards average 1.35 tons of fruit per acre. The opaque inky/blue/purple color is accompanied by scents of new saddle leather, pepper, creosote, smoke, and blackberry liqueur. This full-bodied, marvelously concentrated, stunningly pure Shiraz is the qualitative equivalent of this estate's flagship offering, the Run Rig. Anticipated maturity: Now-2016." (10/2002)
Starting Bid: $195.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1998 & 2001 Torbreck "The Factor" Shirax Barossa Valley Tasting Lot, including 1-bottle of 1998 Torbreck "The Factor" Shirax Barossa Valley (93RP) and 1-bottle of 2001 Torbreck "The Factor" Shiraz Barossa Valley South Australia (98RP, 97WS, 94JH, 90ST). Of the 2001 Torbreck "The Factor" Shiraz Barossa Valley South Australia,Robert Parker's Wine Advocate writes: "The 100% Shiraz offering, the exquisite 2001 The Factor, aged 24 months in French oak (30% new), possesses a roasted, Cote Rotie character than its Shiraz siblings. Blackberry, blueberry, espresso roast, smoke, and a roasted component are found in this intense, rich effort along with considerable structure, fabulous density, and a broad, deep, profound palate. (RP)" (10/2004)
Starting Bid: $146.07

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2001-2002 Greenock Creek "Alices" Barossa Shiraz Vertical, including 2-bottles of 2001 Greenock Creek "Alices" Shiraz Barossa Valley South Australia (98RP) and 1-bottle of 2002 Greenock Creek "Alices" Barossa Shiraz (96RP). Of the 2001 Greenock Creek "Alices" Shiraz Barossa Valley South Australia,Robert Parker's Wine Advocate writes: "From the estate’s youngest vineyard (seven years), the 2001 Shiraz Alice’s (600 cases) spends 26-28 months in old American oak barrels and small foudres (hogsheads), and is bottled unfiltered. It is a riveting example of richness, concentration, and body. It should drink well young, but evolve nicely for 12-15 years. (RP)" (10/2004)
Starting Bid: $206.00