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Parson's Flat Shiraz Cabernet 2004
Chairman's SelectionTM
PLCB Code: 27526
Size: 750ML
Price: $19.99
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Vintages: 2015 2007 2005 2004

Parson's Flat Shiraz Cabernet 2004

Region:Australia > South Australia > Limestone Coast > Padthaway
Grape Varieties: Shiraz 70%
Cabernet Sauvignon 30%
Alcohol Content:15.5%

Availability in Pennsylvania

Availability in Pennsylvania:

  • Removed from the Chairman's SelectionTM list on October 25, 2008.

  • This wine is no longer available in Pennsylvania. The PLCB Code above may now be in use for a different product.

Average rating: four_one_half  4.60  (5 ratings)  Add a Rating

Average rating: four_one_half  4.60
(5 ratings)
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Rated by Zippy on June 21, 2008
A great drinking wine. Smooth and fruity with just the right amount of tannins. An excellent choice around the backyard grill.

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Rated by ecola on June 22, 2008
This is a monster of a wine. Aromas of dark berries and toasty oak. On the palate the fruit is huge and holds its own with the new oak. The finish is ripe with tannins and flavorful.

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Rated by jlburd on July 20, 2008
Nose really invites you in. Floral, darl fuit, oak. Didn't get much lof the Cab coming through except for a hint of the licorice mid-palate. found it a little hot at the finish. Liked it better before dinner than with pasta & tomato/basil/sausage sauce

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Rated by tagregg on August 5, 2008
Others have said it all...this is a big great wine & great value...too bad little is available.

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Rated by timo on August 23, 2008
Blackberries swim in a viscous mouthfeel, melt into mocha, and then chase with a shot of liqueur, like a spiked coffee drink (15.5%!). This thing is powerful and I can't imagine any food that could stand up to it, unless you'd eat horse steak with collards and cloves. Surprisingly, I still see a decent amount of this left on the shelves, but I've got my stock...

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