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Winery:Penfolds

Winery Region:Barossa Valley

Wine Name:Grange

Variety:Shiraz

Type:Red

Vintage:2000

Country:Australia

James Halliday Rating:96

2000 Penfolds Grange Shiraz Red 750ml

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96 Points James Halliday

Good depth to the colour; seamless blackberry fruit and vanilla/cedar oak; abundant power and concentration; sultry blackberry, dark chocolate and spice; persistent but balanced tannins. Exceptional outcome for an ordinary vintage; obviously strict selection criteria used. Stained cork broke on extraction. Drink to 2025.
Source: James Halliday. March, 2005

93 Points Robert Parker

Penfolds’ renowned 2000 Grange is only the fifth vintage to be made from 100% Shiraz (the others being 1951, 1952, 1963, and 1999). It is also, atypically, 100% Barossa fruit. While it is not considered to be one of the great Granges, the 2000 exhibits outstanding potential, and is much more accessible than usual. One of the top wines I tasted from this vintage (which has had to take a back seat to subsequent years), its dense ruby/purple color is followed by a big, sweet nose of blackberries, cherries, chocolate, and earth. With decent acidity, ripe, silky tannin, superb intensity, wonderful equilibrium, and a more open-knit, softer, accessible style than usual, it can be drunk now or cellared for 15-16 years. While this is no wimpy wine, it is an ideal example for readers who are unwilling to invest the patience required for the big, blockbuster Granges.
Source: Robert Parker (Wine Advocate) by Robert M. Parker, Jr. January, 2005

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