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Elite Red Baker's Dozen

4 bottles each of Angas King’s magnificent, $75 a bottle, 2017 reserve Shiraz. We tried this twice on the tasting panel and loved it both times- it looked even better a day after opening and has a bright future ahead of it. Ken Gargett said, ‘still very young … powerful with a long and exciting future. Seamless, with bright acidity and silky tannins plus a very long finish which maintains the intensity. Drink now and for 10 to 20 years.’ You’ll also get 4 bottles of Martin’s 97 point $150 a bottle McLaren Vale Shiraz, and 4 of Karl Scepter’s 93-point, succulent and chocolatey Barossa Cab. Finally a $200 a bottle, 96 point Barossa Cab Shiraz from Yaldara!
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    Barossa Valley, SA
    96pts Sam Kim
    Even more concentrated than the 2018 vintage. A massive, deep and complex expression of the best bits of the Barossa Valley. Dark chocolate, liquorice, tobacco leaf, cedar, cassis, plums, cherries, spice and plenty of cedary oak and tannins. Incredible.
    McLaren Vale, SA
    97pts Sam Kim, 96pts Ken Gargett, 96pts Kim Brebach, 96pts Winestate Magazine, Gold - CWSA
    The Martins has maintained the exceptionally high standard it set with the 2018 vintage. Fruits are blacks and blues, with blueberries, blackberries, olive tapenade, cedar and vanilla populating a powerful and long palate. The tannins are polished, waxy and plentiful. The overall package, outstanding!
    Clare Valley, SA
    94pts Wine Pilot, 95pts Sam Kim
    Rich, black, dark, deep, powerfully fruited and structured with a decent lick of oak. Old school but drinking beautifully thanks to its age. Blackcurrant, black olives, bay leaf, dark chocolate, zesty acidity and cedary oak make this a powerful pleasure right now. Will continue to improve tho, for at least a decade.
    Barossa Valley, SA
    93pts Sam Kim
    A powerful Barossa Cab which announces itself with varietally appropriate aromatic lift in the form of violets and greenery. The palate is concentrated, replete with blackcurrant and blackberries along with macerating cherries and spice. Plenty of cedar and plenty of fine to medium weight tannins to finish. Begging for a rare to medium T-Bone.


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