Henry's Drive

Henry's Drive Dead Letter Office Shiraz 2009
91  James Halliday 
Wine Enthusiast 91 Editors Choice " Although this starts off showing loads of vanilla and bright, boysenberry-like fruit, this is not a simple fruity concoction; there‚Äôs some elegance here, and some savory notes of coffee and roasted meat, as well. Drink the rich, full-bodied Shiraz over the

Henry's Drive Dead Letter Office Shiraz 2008
90  Robert Parker 
Robert Parker 90 "The Dead Letter Office Shiraz is usually a McLaren Vale dominate blend, though for the 2008 Dead Letter Office Shiraz fruit harvested after the heat-wave was not used and therefore the proportions are 62% Padthaway and 38% McLaren Vale. Very deep purple-black in color, it gives

Henry's Drive 'Reserve' Shiraz 2006
91  Wine Spectator 
Wine Spectator 91"Round and focused, with currant and plum at the core and licorice and pepper on the edges, lingering beautifully. Best from 2010 through 2016. 2,100 cases made."

Henry's Drive Shiraz 2006
90  Wine Spectator 
Wine Spectator 90 "Big, smooth and round, with a distinct minty note capping a mountain of ripe blackberry, prune and charred oak flavors that mingle on the forceful finish. Drink now through 2016. 10,000 cases made. "  Robert Parker 89 "The 2006 Henry's Drive Shiraz was barrel-fermented and

Henry's Drive Dead Letter Office Shiraz 2007
90  Robert Parker 
 Robert Parker 90 "The upper-level wines start with the 2007 Dead Letter Office Shiraz which spent 12 months in mostly seasoned American oak. Deep crimson-colored, it displays aromas of cedar, smoked meat, game, plum, and blueberry. On the palate it has layered flavors, plenty of spice and earth

Henry's Drive 'Reserve' Shiraz 2004
93  Robert Parker 
 Robert Parker 93 "From a cooler climate sector of Padthaway, the 2004 Shiraz Reserve is an elegant, soft, complex effort revealing Southern Rhone-like aromas of garrigue, ground pepper, and spice box interwoven with blackberries, cassis, sweet cherries, and herbal undertones. This wild, rich,

Henry's Drive Shiraz 2004
91  Robert Parker 
Robert Parker 91"Cut from the same mold as the Dead Letter Office, the rich 2004 Shiraz is slightly more linear, but exhibits notes of espresso roast, blackberries, creme de cassis, flowers, and toasty new oak. Deep, rich, and layered, it is best consumed over the next 5-7 years."