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."
93 Points - Jay Miller (RobertParker.com) "The 2006 Shiraz Seven Acre gives up a room-filling bouquet of smoke, Asian spices, incense, game, and blueberry. Structured, ripe, and richly fruited, it is not quite as voluptuous as in the finest years, but that is a minor quibble. Allow 2-3 years of additional cellaring and drink it through 2018. Greenock Creek’s latest collection is a bit more mixed than usual due to the more challenging nature of the vintages from which these wine were produced. There is one bit of sad news; their Creek Block parcel is no longer commercially viable due to the age of the vines and will no longer be produced."