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2004 Three Rings (3 Rings) - Shiraz Reserve Syrah - Australia - South Australia - Barossa Valley - Red

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Australia - South Australia - Barossa Valley

Red Syrah
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Comm: 2007-2017 VF: 2006-2024
1 for sale

Author Mike N296
Site / Blog Foodie Confidential Trust Rating 98.529%
Tasted On 10/04/2015
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Author Leftymtb
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Tasted On 10/24/2013
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Author Argus2000
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 85%
Tasted On 07/02/2008
Drink Dates 2007-2017

The source for the Three Rings Reserve Shiraz is from 100 year old vines in the Barossa Valley, made by the renowned winemaker, Chris Ringland. Deeply structured with rich aromas and lingering flavors of chocolate and blackberry sauce drizzled over warm gingerbread with vanilla ice-cream. It is ripe, plush and truly old vine Barossa Shiraz. Drink this impressive follow up to the regular bottling over the next 10 years. 93-94 Points

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