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$35.99Original List Price

32.48Best Price On The Web
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Please note, orders are processed on a first come basis. If you leave the wine in your cart for even a few minutes it might have already sold out as our stock quantity is removed when you submit the order in final, not when you add it to your cart!

You will get two emails from us with regards to your order. The first email from us only confirms that we received your order. The second email will confirm that we have enough wine to fill your order. Due to the high volume of sales there are times when the wine has sold out, but our system is still updating and shows it as available. We're sorry for any inconvenience and will do what we can to fill your order!

Thanks to your feedback we might bring back some of Cinderella Wine's popular previous offers. If a wine makes another appearance here, this newer offer will always be slightly higher than the original one. Offers that are on the site on Friday through Sunday will be shipped on Monday.

Best Price on Web is determined by Wine-Searcher prices as of yesterday: Wine Library sells this for our sale price of $27.98. There are 4 other stores on the web selling the wine for $27.99-$35.99. Please note, we are not taking virtual inventory into account.

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Rating: 95 Pts Huon Hooke - www.huonhooke.comSize:750ML
Region: South Australia Country:Australia
Varietals: Syrah ABV:14.5%

More Ratings:

95 Pts Huon Hooke - www.huonhooke.com

"Rich, mellowing chocolaty nose. The palate is dense and chewy, deep and massive, with abundant firm tannins adding grip. Good wine of a bigger style, and it's balanced. Alcohol in check, and the tannins are smooth. A big, generous but balanced wine. Good structure and length. Some spicy aromas emerged later." Reviewed 1/5/2013

94 Pts James Halliday - Australian Wine Companion

"Deep, dense crimson-purple; this really is built for the long haul; cedary/spicy French oak is the first aroma encountered on the bouquet and is never far away, but there are waves of blackberry, plum and dark chocolate fruits, then round tannins to conclude." Reviewed 9/5/2011

93 Pts Wine Spectator

"Rich, ripe and generous, bursting with vivid blackberry, currant and floral flavors that dance energetically against refined tannins, finishing with length on the crisp finish. Drink now through 2020. 200 cases imported." Reviewed July, 2012

90+ Pts Cellar Tracker

Based on 19 notes and 19 scores from 18 users on Cellartracker as of 2/22/16. Average Score 90.8 points. Median Score 91 points.


Tasting Notes
"Our flagship wine is made from the finest selection of Shiraz from each vintage. As with films, the director’s cut is regarded as the definitive version – no compromises. The 2010 Directors' Cut Shiraz is almost opaque showing astounding colour density. The nose has notes of dark cherries and blackcurrant with fragrant dark spice. The palate is rounded, yet focused and intense. European in style, with savoury characters and a wonderful mouth-feel."

The fruit for Directors' Cut Shiraz was harvested at night and then crushed to small open top stainless steel fermenters. After 24 hours of skin contact fermentation was commenced with a Rhone isolate yeast. Following 7-8 days of cool (18 Degrees) fermentation on skins and hand-plunging 3 times daily, the wine was transferred to oak hogsheads (80% French, 20% American) for natural malolactic fermentation. The wine was then topped and left on lees for 6 months with "battonage" (lees stirring) once a week. The barrels were racked and refilled before a further 8 months maturation prior to bottling.