Color: Dark purple plum in colour, so dense, it's almost black.
Aroma: The nose shows great intensity filled with plum, mocha and aniseed and secondary notes of clove and mixed spice.
Palate: A dense lush mouthfeel with sweet oozy fruit. Fruit driven with well balanced velvety tannins, sweet dark plums encased in a rich mocha chocolate, supported by subtle vanillan oak.
Wine SpectatorShows some subtlety, sliding its juicy blackberry and plum fruit through a veil of fine-grained tannins, with pepper and mineral overtones. Has a deft sense of harmony and balance. Best from 2010 through 2016.
The Wine AdvocateThe 2006 Shiraz Lily’s Garden comes from McLaren Vale. It reveals a complex aromatic array including balsam wood, spice box, violets, earth notes, pepper, blueberry, and blackberry. Layered and rich, it conceals enough ripe tannin to evolve for another 2-3 years. It has outstanding grip, depth, and a lengthy, pure finish. Drink it from 2011 to 2022.
Australian Wine CompanionHas more texture and definition than the Angel's Share, the common feature being the sweet fruit (plus oak, of course).
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