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  • Layer Cake Shiraz 2012 Wine

    2012 was an unusual year in South Australia. 2010 drought finally ended, leading into a cooler than average growing season. For Shiraz, slower development means deep, rich, concentrated flavors while still maintaining great balance and acidity. aromas...

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz 2010 Wine

    2010 Layer Cake Shiraz is outstanding due to virtually perfect growing conditions and rigorous vineyard selections. wine is incredibly layered and richer than in past years. Bold spice, black plums, dark chocolate, mocha and cherries and black berries abound with a hint of red soil and a faint trace of anise with layers of spice box. Loaded with glycerol mouth feel and capped off with a long creamy finish that just hangs on your palate. Wine Spectator rating: 88.

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  • Layer Cake 2011 Shiraz - Syrah/Shiraz Red Wine

    Red Wine by Layer Cake from South Australia, Australia. The 2011 vintage meant deep, rich, concentrated flavors while still maintaining great balance and acidity. The aromas of cocoa, warm spice and dark fruit are very powerful from the first sniff. In the mouth, the wine is layered with rich blackberry, dark cherries and hints of dark, creamy chocolate ganache. The finish lingers on, hanging on your palette while the fruit and spice flavors slowly change and fade.

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    Australia, Syrah
  • Layer Cake - Shiraz 2012

    The aromas of cocoa, warm spice and dark fruit are very powerful from the first whiff. In the mouth, the wine is layered with rich blackberry, dark cherries and hints of dark, creamy chocolate ganache. The finish lingers on, hanging on your palette...

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    Powerful
  • Guardian Peak 2007 Shiraz - Syrah/Shiraz Red Wine

    Red Wine by Guardian Peak from South Africa. Bright ruby red. A beautiful fruit driven nose with a smoky undertone. The rich aromas of fruit cake, liquorice and candyfloss complete the bouquet. A well integrated wine with several layers of spice and fruit, it shows great harmony between the acidity and sugar.

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    South Africa, Syrah
  • Layer Cake Shiraz 2011

    Loaded with toasted barrels, the full-flavored '11 Layer Cake Shiraz serves up a rich, thick red that saturates the palate with plenty of pretty, berry flavors.

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz 2012 750ml

    Winemaker's Notes: The aromas of cocoa, warm spice and dark fruit are very powerful from the first whiff. In the mouth, the wine is layered with rich blackberry, dark cherries and hints of dark, creamy chocolate ganache. The finish lingers on, hanging on your palette while the fruit and spice flavors slowly change and fade. This vintage is classic Layer Cake Shiraz in all its glory.

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  • Jacob's Creek 2008 Reserve Shiraz - Syrah/Shiraz Red Wine

    Red Wine by Jacob's Creek from Barossa Valley, Australia. A dense crimson, hinting at the intensity to follow on nose and palate. Rich fruitcake and plum aromas with a hint of spice and sweet vanillin oak. On the palate, lifted notes of rich fruitcake and ripe plums continue to sweep through, layered subtly with black pepper; stylish oak characters of ground cinnamon and sweet vanillin provide a supporting role. An ideal accompaniment to braised lamb shanks, eye-fillet of beef or hard cheeses.

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    Barossa, Syrah
  • Layer Cake South Australia Shiraz 2012 750ML

    This wine is from Australia, South Australia region. South Australia is arguably one of the top Shiraz-growing regions of the world. Within SA, the McLaren Vale and the Barossa are the most diverse and historic subregions, with vines dating back to the 1830s. The microclimates within these areas are what give Layer Cake Shiraz its complexity. For our Shiraz, we pull from vineyards in McLaren Vale and the Barossa Valley-from the sandy-soiled blocks on the sea coast of Gulf St. Vincent to the Terra

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz 2011

    Layer Cake Shiraz 2011 Type: Red Type: Shiraz Country: Australia Region: South Australia Area: Barossa Valley Product Code : 50547 Description Loaded with toasted barrels, the full-flavored '11 Layer Cake Shiraz serves up a rich, thick red that saturates the palate with plenty of pretty, berry flavors. Related Products...

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  • 2012 Pure Love Wines Layer Cake Shiraz Barossa Valley 750ml

    Dark, inky color with aromas of spice, anise, tobacco and mocha. The flavor is an explosion of dark berry, black cherry, exotic spices and chocolate . - -Winemakers Note Winemaker Jayson Woodbridge used more than 90% Mc Laren Vale fruit sourced from small growers. Aged in 50% new French oak, which adds layers of spice to the deep blackberry, plum and dark chocolate aromas and flavors. Rich, with weight, substance and long finish, it has plenty of fruit to take on barbecue with aplomb.--San Francisco

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz South Australia 2010 750ml

    Outstanding due to virtually perfect growing conditions and rigorous vineyard selections. The wine is incredibly layered and richer than in past years. Bold spice, black plums, dark chocolate, mocha and cherries and black berries abound with a hint of red soil and a faint trace of anise with layers of spice box. Loaded with glycerol mouth feel and capped off with a long creamy finish that just hangs on your palate. -Winemaker

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  • Jacob's Creek 2006 Centenary Hill Shiraz - Syrah/Shiraz Red Wine

    Red Wine by Jacob's Creek from Barossa Valley, Australia. Intense ruby red, violet hues. Subtle notes of chocolate, cigar box, and black pepper are layered with concentrated plum, black cherry and fruit cake. Palate: Soft and full-bodied, the wine shows rich dark fruit and berry flavors that contribute to a juicy mid-palate. Black pepper, dried herb and spice flavours evolve with time in the glass. The luscious fruit textures are supported by fine tannins and well integrated charry mocha oak characters. A

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    Barossa, Syrah
  • Layer Cake Shiraz

    By Rating Layer Cake Shiraz Sku: 21684 Product Information South Australia is arguably one of the top shiraz-g rowing regions of the world. Within SA, the McLaren Vale and the Barossa are the most diverse and historic sub-regions with vines dating back to the 1830’s. The microclimates within these areas are what give Layer Cake Shiraz its complexity. For our Shiraz, we pull from vineyards in McLaren Vale and the Barossa Valley; from the sandy soiled blocks on the sea coast of Gulf St. Vincent, to the Terra

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz

    Layer Cake Shiraz Sku: 091020 South Australia is arguably one of the top shiraz-g rowing regions of the world. Within SA, the McLaren Vale and the Barossa are the most diverse and historic sub-regions with vines dating back to the 1830’s. The microclimates within these areas are what give Layer Cake Shiraz its complexity. For our Shiraz, we pull from vineyards in McLaren Vale and the Barossa Valley; from the sandy soiled blocks on the sea coast of Gulf St. Vincent, to the Terra Rosa based, tiny-berried

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  • Hundred Acre Layer Cake Shiraz 2012 750ML

    This wine is from Australia, South Australia region. Dark, dense and creamy; aromas of anise, tobacco, and mocha emerge from the glass. SYRAH Wine

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz

    Layer Cake Shiraz Sku: 09492280255 Product Information Wine Advocate 90 points - This was not an easy vintage in Australia, but you would never know it from this wine. As one expects from any South Australian Shiraz, it has oodles of fruit, a big, thick, juicy mouthfeel, velvety tannins, and lots of creme de cassis, blackberry, peppery, and tar-like notes in a deep, full-bodied, lush style that should drink nicely for 3-4 years as well.” (Jan 2010) South Australia is arguably one of the top shiraz-growing

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz 2010

    Dark, brimming with cocoa, fresh blueberry and spice; an abundance of black cherry, dried plum, freshly cut tobacco and coffee dominate the palate. Supple tannins prevail but are nicely integrated. It's a very pure mouthful of Shiraz. Perfectly structured, zesty acidity carries the flavors over the entire palate penetrating each taste bud. The finish tends to linger for over a minute.

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  • Hundred Acre Layer Cake Shiraz

    Hundred Acre Layer Cake Shiraz Sku: 011254 Unmistakably Shiraz; dark purple to the rim, it cli ngs to the glass leaving its glycerin endowed reddish remnant. The nose is best described as pure, unobstructed by excessive oak. The Shiraz truly shines. Dark, dense and creamy; aromas of anise, tobacco, and mocha emerge from the glass. An explosion of dark berry, black cherry, exotic spices and chocolate fill the mouth; complete from attack through a long, lingering finish. A very special Cake indeed! The

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz

    Layer Cake Shiraz Sku: 23309 Product Information South Australia is arguably one of the top shiraz-g rowing regions of the world. Within SA, the McLaren Vale and the Barossa are the most diverse and historic sub-regions with vines dating back to the 1830’s. The microclimates within these areas are what give Layer Cake Shiraz its complexity. For our Shiraz, we pull from vineyards in McLaren Vale and the Barossa Valley; from the sandy soiled blocks on the sea coast of Gulf St. Vincent, to the Terra Rosa

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  • Layer Cake : Shiraz 2011

    Layer Cake : Shiraz 2011 Layer Cake : Shiraz 2011 The Layer Cake Shiraz fruit comes from vineyard sites in the Barossa and McLaren Vale. Each of these regions provide contrasting growing conditions, which is why they are chosen to be used together to make for a more complex wine. The fruit from McLaren Vale produces rich, mouth filling wines abundant with fruit. In the Barossa, harsh dust storms and shallow red soils stress the vines, making for smaller berries with thick skins. These grapes provide the

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz 2010

    Layer Cake Shiraz BN #432528 Save $6.00 (29 % ) SKU05119 Score : 88. —Harvey Steiman, July 31, 2012. Layer Cake The 2010 Layer Cake Shiraz is outstanding due to virtually perfect growing conditions and rigorous vineyard selections. The wine is incredibly layered and richer than in past years. Bold spice, black plums, dark chocolate, mocha and cherries and black berries abound with a hint of red soil and a faint trace of anise with layers of spice box. Loaded with glycerol mouth feel and capped off with

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz 2011 - WebWine.com

    Layer Cake Shiraz Layer Cake The Layer Cake Shiraz is outstanding due to virtually perfect growing conditions and rigorous vineyard selections. The wine is incredibly layered and rich. Bold spice, black plums, dark chocolate, mocha and cherries and black berries abound with a hint of red soil and a faint trace of anise with layers of spice box. Loaded with glycerol mouth feel and capped off with a long creamy finish that just hangs on your palette.

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz 2011

    Layer Cake Shiraz 750ML 2011 Sku : 01598 Shiraz Product Information Shiraz South Australia is arguably one of the top shiraz-g rowing regions of the world. Within SA, the McLaren Vale and the Barossa are the most diverse and historic sub-regions with vines dating back to the 1830’s. The microclimates within these areas are what give Layer Cake Shiraz its complexity. For our Shiraz, we pull from vineyards in McLaren Vale and the Barossa Valley; from the sandy soiled blocks on the sea coast of Gulf St.

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz 2010 - Depot Wine

    Features Score: 88. —Harvey Steiman, July 31, 2012. The 2010 Layer Cake Shiraz is outstanding due to virtually perfect growing conditions and rigorous vineyard selections. The wine is incredibly layered and richer than in past years. Bold spice, black plums, dark chocolate, mocha and cherries and black berries abound with a hint of red soil and a faint trace of anise with layers of spice box. Loaded with glycerol mouth feel and capped off with a long creamy finish that just hangs on your palette. An earthy

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz 2012

    Shopping Cart Rating Layer Cake Shiraz 2012 An earthy wine, exhibiting a strong tar and black olive component to the dark berry flavors, finishing with a refreshing balance.

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz

    Layer Cake Shiraz Sku: 1867712 Product Information South Australia is arguably one of the top shiraz-g rowing regions of the world. Within SA, the McLaren Vale and the Barossa are the most diverse and historic sub-regions with vines dating back to the 1830’s. The microclimates within these areas are what give Layer Cake Shiraz its complexity. For our Shiraz, we pull from vineyards in McLaren Vale and the Barossa Valley; from the sandy soiled blocks on the sea coast of Gulf St. Vincent, to the Terra Rosa

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  • Layer Cake Shiraz 2012

    Layer Cake Shiraz Sku: 14733 Product Information South Australia South Australia is arguably one of the top shiraz-g rowing regions of the world. Within SA, the McLaren Vale and the Barossa are the most diverse and historic sub-regions with vines dating back to the 1830’s. The microclimates within these areas are what give Layer Cake Shiraz its complexity. For our Shiraz, we pull from vineyards in McLaren Vale and the Barossa Valley; from the sandy soiled blocks on the sea coast of Gulf St. Vincent, to the

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  • Hundred Acre Layer Cake Shiraz 2012 750ML

    This wine is from Australia, South Australia region, Barossa sub-region. The Barossa Valley's 'Golden Mile' is planted to old craggy vines in iron rich, red soils with layers of pebbles and limestone. Balanced, sustainable vineyard methods are practiced in the vineyards we use. The root stock, gnarled and dense, is well established in the soil, each vine seeming to have history dating back well over fifty years. Unlike most Barossa winemakers, Jayson Woodbridge tends to keep crop levels near three to four

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