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Outlaw Wines Barossa Shiraz

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Outlaw Wines Barossa Shiraz

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Regan Drew (2008 Vintage) says
Outlaw Wines, by the Good Booze Company, are a Barossa Valley outfit made up of Damon de Ruiter (more commonly seen cooking the incredibly tasty pizzas at the Roaring 40's Cafe in Angaston) and Nigel Thiele (pouring amazing old booze at Seppeltsfield cellar door) They're producing some quintessential, full flavoured and great value Barossa Valley wines. This wine was overseen by winemaker Ben Glaetzer and blended from two areas of the Barossa, Lyndoch and Ebenezer: the Lyndoch fruit in old and 25% new French oak; the Ebenezer in old and 25% new American barrels. All picked before the Barossa heatwave apparently. Massive plum & cherry ripe nose. A huge perfume of dark plums and spice. Mid to full palate with the oak still prominent. Gobfulls of rich fleshy plums and red fruits, not overtly stewed or jammy, this is Barossa, and a well made expression of it.
James Halliday (2007 Vintage) says
The label design and language is (presumably) aimed at the US market; honest, but unremarkable and short, shiraz produced by Good Booze Pty Ltd.
Australian Wine Companion 2011 2010
James Halliday (2006 Vintage) says
Designed to make an easy-drinking style, and succeeds; the only lack is length.
Australian Wine Companion 2011 2010

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