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Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon, 2015. Parson's Flat

Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon, 2015. Parson's Flat

Item #: L1119R1IU
Vintage: 2015
Varietal: Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon
Vineyard/Appellation: Padthaway, South Australia
Color: Very Dark Crimson
Nose: Plum, Earth, Tar
Palate: Large Flavors of Dark Cherry
Finish: Substantial but Medium Tannins
Rating: 98
Cellaring/Serving Suggestions: Now through 2027/Red Meat, Game/14.5% Alcohol by Volume

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The most important part of a wine label is who put their name on it. If you don't know the name, then the varietal and vintage could help, but, of course there are no guarantees.

In the case of imported wine, one of the most important pieces of information is who imported it. In the case of Parson's Flat, it's Quintessential Wines. For us, that's practically all we need. Their track record of bringing over exceptional wines is unmatched.

Quintessential Wines was founded in 2002 by Steve Kreps, Sr., after he'd spent more than 30 years of experience in the wine business. Steve partnered with his two sons, Dennis and Steve, Jr., to form a powerful source of exceptional wines from all over the world. Since then, they have become better and better.

Parson's Flat was created by Kim and Mark Longbottom, owners of their iconic estate in Padthaway, Henry's Drive, South Australia. From the beginning, every wine they crafted was highly praised and they still are. We were excited to get our hands on some of these rare gems.

Our selection is a classic Australian blend of 70% Shiraz and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon. Australia became known for this blend some 40 years ago and took the wine world by storm. Nobody had ever heard of a blend like this, but once people tasted it, they wanted more.

Here is the best of both worlds, with the Shiraz taking center stage, its black currant and earth tones softened by the Cabernet's cherry and spice.