95 Points - Jay Miller (RobertParker.com) "The 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon, aged in seasoned French hogsheads, is a glass-coating purple/black color. It exhibits an aromatic array of mineral, tar, black currant, and blackberry followed by a dense, layered, succulent Cabernet with outstanding depth and concentration. It conceals enough ripe tannin to evolve for 6-8 years and should offer prime drinking from 2014 to 2030. Greenock Creek Vineyard & Cellars, owned by Michael and Annabelle Waugh, remains one of South Australia’s iconic wineries. Start with a great terroir, add in old vine material and meticulous winemaking, and end with extraordinary results."
Robert Parker "From 60-year-old vines, the 2004 Grenache Cornerstone (which was aged in old French wood) reveals plenty of power and potency (16% alcohol), yet comes across as elegant, restrained, and almost feminine. Its deep ruby color is followed by a sweet perfume of black cherries, loamy soils, crushed pepper, and a southern Rhone Valley floral-like character. With superb purity, texture, and definition, this full-bodied yet light on its feet beauty can be enjoyed over the next 5-7 years."
Barossa Super 100 Classification – Wines over $100
With over 100 wines featured in the Classification the list represents the depth of collectable wines of distinction being made in Australia’s most famous wine region.
95 Points - Jay Miller (erobertparker.com) "The 2004 Shiraz “Gregor” was sourced from a younger vineyard and includes some partially dried fruit in the style of Amarone. The wine spent 2 years in new French oak hogsheads. It is more deeply colored than its sibling and has a liqueur/port-like character to its aromas and flavors. Powerful, rich, and layered."