2004 Hundred Acre Ancient Way Summer's Block Shiraz - 750ml

2004 Hundred Acre Ancient Way Summer's Block Shiraz - 750ml

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2004 Hundred Acre Ancient Way Summer's Block Shiraz - 1st vintage!
Hundred Acres also produces the Ancient Way Shiraz from the Barossa Valley in Australia. First produced in 2004, it is sourced from an estate-owned vineyard near Greenock Creek, and is aged in new French oak for two years, then racked into fresh new oak French barrels for another two years, before a final year in bottle. It is lush wine with masses of black fruits and again, is one of the most expensive wines from its region.

Product Details

Varietal Syrah
Vintage 2004
Rating NR
Bottle Size 750 ml
Bottle Quantity 1
Country USA
Region California
Location North Coast
Producer Hundred Acre Vineyard
Color Red
Wine Type Table

Robert Parker

Rating 2004 Hundred Acre Ancient Way Summer's Block Shiraz - 1st vintage! Only 600 hundred cases produced! Jayson and the Hundred Acre crew traveled down under and The Ancient Way Shiraz is the result. Following his meticulus ways Jason has produced an amazing wine. Ancient Way is sourced from 100 year old Barossa Vines they were cropped to less than 1 ton per acre. The result is a stunning wine possessing ripe dense fruit hefty weight yet with striking balance. 

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Winery Details

Varietal Syrah
Vintage 2004
Rating NR
Bottle Size 750 ml
Bottle Quantity 1
Country USA
Region California
Location North Coast
Producer Hundred Acre Vineyard
Color Red
Wine Type Table

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