Named after a forest near Inverness, Scotland, Torbreck has in just 28 years gained a worldwide reputation. James Halliday gives them the highest rating and their wines regularly gain top scores. This is a rich Barossa Shiraz with lavish black fruit.
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Textured, rich black fruit, weighty, spiced, long and complex
Ripe black fruits, exotic spice, liquorice and a lift of floral
From the start, the aim at the great Torbreck estate was to create top-quality Rhône-style wines, using the great grapes of the Barossa. They work with the best growers, many of them multi-generational, who know each vine, the soil and climate and how they interact. It is this respect for nature and expressing it in their wines that makes them so revered. The Barossa boasts some of the oldest Rhône varietal vines in the world – Grenache, Syrah and Mataro – which they use in their 98-point wines like The Laird. Woodcutter's, however, is from younger vines, the grapes from which are low yield and provide dense fruit and richness. Hand picked, basket-pressed and aged a year in barrel, this is a lavish red, delicious now and for years to come.
"Exotic spice, purple flowers and earth wrap the opulent fruit with fine sandy tannin in support"
James Halliday Wine Companion 2023
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