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Tasting Highlights: Barossa Shiraz

The 2003 and 2001 bottlings are richer than the 2002s, which are crisp, even tart
Harvey Steiman
Posted: June 21, 2005

Barossa Shiraz is an Australian classic. The big wines deliver great gobs of ripe fruit flavor, usually centered on cherries and dark plums with a layer of licorice and other spices that some liken to Christmas pudding.

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