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d'Arenberg-The Dead Arm-Shiraz-2002-750mL

Producer: d'Arenberg
SKU: 105
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The 2002 season was characterised by a cold, wet winter and spring, which produced lower yields with good, thick-skinned berries. The cool and dry summer ripened fruit gradually and a warm, dry autumn allowed the grapes to ripen fully, producing some of the best and most exotic characters seen for many years.

 

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94/100
Wine Companion
Clean and quite fragrant; abundant blackberry and dark chocolate fruit; controlled extract and good balance.
, James Halliday Issue: Oct 2004



93/100
The Wine Advocate
After re-tasting the 2002 The Dead Arm Shiraz, I believe my initial rating is correct. It still plays it close to the vest, exhibiting loads of cassis, asphalt, smoke, and barbecue spice-like aromas along with full-bodied flavors. While well-made and impressive, it remains backward and restrained, and does not appear to be up to the quality of either the 2003 or the great 2001.
WA, Robert Parker Jr. Issue: #161



92/100
Wine Spectator
Rich, complex, but not at all heavy-handed, a plush, heady mouthful of black cherry, blackberry, menthol and a wee touch of forest mushroom, all mingling in a rich finish that lasts and lasts.
WS, Harvey Steiman Issue: Dec 31 2004



91/100
Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar
Bright full ruby. Varietally expressive aromas of currant, espresso, smoke, gunflint and sexy oak, with a distinctly feral note. Highly concentrated, dense and smoky, with a strong syrah note of gunflint. Broad, mouthfilling shiraz with lovely framing acidity, intriguing minerality and impressively sweet tannins.
ST, Stephen Tanzer Issue: Aug 1 2004
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Daniel's Top Picks
The quality of fruit used to make this wine is some of the best in the McLaren Vale. Still full of ripe berries and noticeable oak. Tannins still have some grip, showing plenty of time ahead still for this wine but approachable enough to enjoy with your next big steak. A definite must have for any cellar.
Tasted - Jan 2015
From: Daniel | 8/01/2015 12:08 AM
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The 2002 season was characterised by a cold, wet winter and spring, which produced lower yields with good, thick-skinned berries. The cool and dry summer ripened fruit gradually and a warm, dry autumn allowed the grapes to ripen fully, producing some of the best and most exotic characters seen for many years.

 

Products specifications
Varietal Shiraz
Brand The Dead Arm
Country Australia
Area / Appellation South Australia
Region Fleurieu
Sub Region McLaren Vale
Vintage 2002
Format 750mL
Alcohol Volume 15%
Drink Until 2030
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The 2002 season was characterised by a cold, wet winter and spring, which produced lower yields with good, thick-skinned berries. The cool and dry summer ripened fruit gradually and a warm, dry autumn allowed the grapes to ripen fully, producing some of the best and most exotic characters seen for many years.

 

Products specifications
Varietal Shiraz
Brand The Dead Arm
Country Australia
Area / Appellation South Australia
Region Fleurieu
Sub Region McLaren Vale
Vintage 2002
Format 750mL
Alcohol Volume 15%
Drink Until 2030
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