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2007 Hundred Acre - Shiraz Ancient Way Vineyard (Summer's Block) Syrah - Australia - South Australia - Barossa Valley - Red

Australia - South Australia - Barossa Valley

Red Syrah
Producer Notes

In 1998 Jayson Woodbridge released his first vintage, one Cabernet, made from his own 10-acre Kayli Morgan Vineyard. The goal was to create a "Right Bank" style Cabernet from those clay soils. With the second vintage, he earned scores in the mid-90s and sold the wine for double the previous vintage. In addition to the Cabernet Sauvignon Kayli Morgan Vineyard, Woodbridge produces a Howell Mountain... More »

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VF: 2009-2027
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Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 175
Author KK and QB Wines
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 84.211%
Tasted On 04/25/2011

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Author GrapesofWrath
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99.461%
Tasted On 10/09/2010

Delicious blackberries and other spicy fuits brimming over the wine glass. Deep inky color and powerful enticing nose. The best Shiraz I have ever had, and I have tasted at least 5 vintages of Grange.

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Author TMac
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.639%
Tasted On 11/12/2010

This wine actually showed a lot like the 2006 but a little more closed. An absolutely gorgeous nose -- sweet vanillan, blackberry, and dark, sweet plums. Just a hint of spice (allspice, cinnamon?) On first taste, this literally was like blackberry liqueur poured over warm stones. Not overly ripe or fruit bomb though. The rich glycerin was perfectly balanced by some light acidity. Not a tannin to be found. The finish felt a little tight -- perhaps a couple of years in the cellar will make this a truly remarkable wine. My number 2 WOTN, number 3 for the group.

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Author VinoDeparture
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.423%
Tasted On 03/06/2010

Easily the best Shiraz I have ever tasted. Full body, deep inky color, and peppery delicious finish. A truly perfect bottle of wine, down to the beautiful label.

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Author NobleRot
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98%
Tasted On 04/30/2010

Perhaps we jumped the gun on this one, but it was absolutely perfect. Easily the best American Syrah I have tasted. Soft Tanins. Inky in color. Slow legs. Cedar. Gooseberry, Garrigue. Long finish. Silky, fleshy, texture. Full bodied.

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Hundred Acre Ancient Way Vertical Tasting
Our HC group got together in Marblehead to taste through all four vintages of Hundred Acre's Ancient Way Shiraz. 

Created  Nov 12, 2010
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