"The 2006 Wallace, tasted from a barrel sample, is a 70% Shiraz, 30% Grenache blend with an identical oak treatment. The 2006 is more structured than the 2005 but they could otherwise pass as identical twins. Hats off to Ben Glaetzer for producing an extraordinary portfolio!"
-Wine Advocate 91-94
"Deep red. Smoky black raspberry and cherry aromas are complemented by zesty white pepper and minerals; showing its grenache side today. Silky and sweet, with deep red berry preserve flavors, fully absorbed tannins and good bite. Leaves an exotic candied licorice note behind on the vibrant, juicy finish, which strongly repeats the red berry tone."
-International Wine Cellar
I'm with Happy on this one. There's a lot to like about this wine. Has a deep red\purple color to it. These grapes definately saw some sun. Flavor is intense and in your face. Make sure to store it for another year or two and cool it down a bit. This wine is thick on blackberry flavor and I would definately recommend. Enjoy!
Let decant for 30 min and be rewarded.
This wine is a beautiful deep purple/red color with a full fruity bouquet. Flavors of cherry, blackberry and a hint of licorice at the end. I couldn't stop drinking it!