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PRESS RELEASES

The Tatiarra wines have generated a remarkable degree of excitement in a very short period of time as the following reviews by local and international wine writers attest. Nevertheless, Tatiarra's initial success also presents a counter-challenge: Tatiarra must maintain or better the exceptional standards so far achieved if it is to be recognised as one of the worlds great Shiraz marques.

LOCAL REVIEWS

2008 Tatiarra Cambrian Shiraz

94 points

Winestein | Uncorked  - David Prestipino

Tatiarra is an Aboriginal word meaning 'beautiful country'. Wine at this price ($40) is indeed a thing of beauty. We drank it with lamb shanks and it was one of the best 30 minutes I've spent this side of the millennium. Despite a tough vintage, it's intense, with impressive weight and concentration. Needs time to decant or in the cellar.
2008 Tatiarra Culled Barrel Shiraz

92 points

Winestein | Uncorked  - David Prestipino

Tatiarra makes three flagship wines. Each barrel from each vintage are tasted and if for some reason they don't improve the flagship wines, they're culled at considerable expense. The benefit for us is this wine. And in a so-so vintage such as 2008, there's real value in this drop, with this current vintage the result of the largest declassification of barrels to date from Tatiarra. Again, excellent weight, lovely tight fine tannins, with concentrated flavours of liquorice and plum. A near-perfect reject.
James Halliday's 2005 Wine Companion [left]

92 points

(James Halliday is a highly regarded Australian wine writer.)

BEST WINERIES OF THE REGIONS
HEATHCOTE
Domaines Tatiarra
Jasper Hill
Redesdale Estate Wines

DOMAINES TATIARRA
SUMMARY
Domaines Tatiarra Limited is an unlisted public company, its cores asset being a 60 hectare property of cambrian earth first identified and developed by Bill Hepburn, who sold the project to the company in 1991. It is intended to produce only one varietal wine : Shiraz. The majority of the wine will come from the Tatiarra (Aboriginal word meaning beautiful country) property, but the Trademark Shiraz is an equal blend of McLaren Vale and Heathcote wine. The wines are made at the modern Pettavel Winery in Geelong, Ben Riggs commuting backwards and forwards between McLaren Vale and the winery as required. It is hard to imagine a more auspicious start to a new venture than that provided by the 2002 wines.

***** CAMBRIAN SHIRAZ 2002

Deep, almost opaque colour; smooth, ripe, concentrated blackberry and plum fruit, complexed but touches of pepper and spice; excellent management of tannins and oak.

RATING 94 DRINK 2017 $40

***** CAMBRIAN SHIRAZ 2002

Deep, almost opaque colour; smooth, ripe, concentrated blackberry and plum fruit, complexed but touches of pepper and spice; excellent management of tannins and oak.

RATING 93 DRINK 2022 $50

**** TRADEMARK SHIRAZ 2002

Deeply coloured, lusciously rich, ripe and powerful; a mix of dark chocolate, earth and blackberry; abundant tannins.

RATING 90 DRINK 2020 $60

2002 Tatiarra Cambrian Shiraz

Wine of the Week. The Age.

(Melbourne based Newspaper)

"The ancient Cambrian soil of Victoria's Heathcote region has made it one of the most valued bits of Australian vineyard ground in a few short years. Even some South Australian Shiraz makers - on condition of anonymity, of course - wreckon it's one of the country's best places for Shiraz. This new addition to the Heathcote club, made by ex-Wirra Wirra man Ben Riggs, is a powerful, ripe and alcoholic (15.5 per cent) style with a sweet berry nose of jammy concentration. The palate has tons of concentrated fruit, full body and well integrated, firm tannins. It's an uncompromising big red made in the hefty regional style."
[First class, a wine of distinction, not far below the top rating.]
- Ralph Kyte Powell, www.theage.com.au Uncorked. Tuesday February 24, 2004
2002 Tatiarra Cambrian Shiraz

Vintage Direct.

Australian Online Wine retailer.

"HEATHCOTE IS ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST EXCITING NEW REGIONS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF SHIRAZ. TATIARRA WITH THEIR FIRST RELEASE ARE SET TO BECOME ONE OF HEATHCOTE’S TOP PRODUCERS SETTING EXACTING STANDARDS WITH POTENTIAL INVESTMENT UPSIDE. TASTING NOTE: The grapes for this wine were cropped at 1.6 tonnes per acre, producing a wine of immense power and concentration. Totally opaque black purple colour. It would be impossible to extract any more colour from Shiraz. Magnificent nose of liquorice, plum, spice and blackberry over a very distinctive black pepper end note. The palate flavours are powerful, forceful yet completely balanced. Layers of blackberries, black pepper, liquorice, plums and spice are overlayed with cedar and vanilla. The tannins are distinctive, assertive but perfectly necessary to support the volumes of fruit that lay abundant on the palate. Exceptionally long aftertaste of liquorice, spice and black pepper. Cellar 15-20 years (2018-2023) Alc./Vol.15.5%"
Rating: 98/100 Value for money: 5/5:
www.nicks.com.au

INTERNATIONAL REVIEWS

Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

2009 Tatiarra Caravan of Dreams Shiraz Pressings

Heathcote, VIctoria

The 2009 Caravan Of Dreams Shiraz was matured in American oak casks for around 12 months. Very deep purple black in color, it offers youthfully mute aromas of black currant cordial, prunes and dried mulberries over licorice, tar and dark chocolate. Very concentrated and full bodied, it has very crisp acid, firm chewy tannins and a long, somewhat restrained and warm finish. It's a bit closed and tight right now - give it 2-3 more years in bottle and drink it 2014 to 2020+.

94 points

Lisa Perrotti-Brown – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate

2009 Tatiarra Trademark Shiraz

Heathcote, VIctoria

Each vintage only 4 barrels of Tatiarra Trademark Shiraz are produced - consisting of two barrels of the best Shiraz made by Ben Riggs in McLaren Vale combined with the two finest barrels of Heathcote Shiraz from Tatiarra to create a 50/50 cross-regional blend.
The 2009 Tatiarra Trademark Shiraz gives a very deep purple-black color and notes of creme de cassis, dried mulberries and blueberry preserves with some cumin, cassia and fennel plus a hint of mocha. Very full bodied, very crisp and very rich, it offers mouth-filling spicy fruit, a firm level of grainy tannins and a long finish with lingering notes of mulberries and baking spices. Approachable now, it should open and soften with another year of two in bottle and drink to 2020+.

94+ points

Lisa Perrotti-Brown – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate

2009 Tatiarra Cambrian Shiraz (not yet released)

Heathcote, VIctoria

Very deep purple-black colored, the 2009 Cambrian Shiraz is profoundly scented of blackberry preserves, black cherry compote, blueberry pie filling and licorice with nuances of cinnamon stick and vanilla pod. Big, concentrated and very full bodied in the mouth, it gives a good backbone of crisp acid and firm, medium grained tannins, finishing long and spicy. Delicious now, it should develop nicely over the next 4-6 years and drink to 2019+.

93 points

Lisa Perrotti-Brown – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate

2009 Tatiarra Culled Barrel Shiraz  (not yet released)

Heathcote, VIctoria

Any wine that is deemed not suitable for inclusion into the three flagship blends is labeled as "Culled Barrel Shiraz." The 2009 Culled Barrel Shiraz has a deep garnet-purple color and pronounced aromas of licorice, rose petals, blackberry and blueberry preserves, Indian spices, Ceylon tea, violets and a whiff of tar. Very crisp, rich and full bodied, it has a medium-firm level of fine-grained tannins and a generous amount of fruit in the mid-palate, though the finish is a little shorter than expected with medium-long persistence. Delicious now, it should continue to give pleasure through 2015.

90 points

Lisa Perrotti-Brown – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate

2007 Tatiarra Caravan of Dreams Shiraz Pressings

Rating: 93

Drink 2011 - 2020

After the free run juice is separated for the Cambrian Shiraz, the skins are gently pressed and the juice matured in predominately new American oak for 17 months to produce the wine for the Caravan of Dreams label. The 2007 Caravan of Dreams Shiraz Pressings has a very deep garnet-black color and displays intense aromas of creme de cassis, prunes, fruit cake, vanilla pod, mocha, and anise. Opulent, very full-bodied and rich, this is quite a layered, spicy Shiraz with medium-high acid and a medium to high level of fine tannins to support. The finish is very long. It’s good now but will probably marry a little better with a further 1-2 years in bottle and drink until 2020+. The original 10-acre Tatiarra vineyard was established by Bill Hepburn in the early 1990s, while he purportedly camped out in his “Caravan of Dreams.” More recently another 10 acres have been committed to vine, and McLaren Vale winemaker, Ben Riggs, has taken his talents to this impressive Heathcote project. The estate is producing some very classy Shirazes that are whole-heartedly recommended. The Culled Barrel label is exactly as it suggests – a “second wine” composed of declassified barrels that did not make the cuts for the other “grand vins.” Nonetheless, the 2007 and 2008 are still pretty impressive wines.

Lisa Perrotti-Brown – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate

2008 Tatiarra Caravan of Dreams Shiraz Pressings

Rating: 94

Drink 2012 - 2022

After the free run juice is separated for the Cambrian Shiraz, the skins are gently pressed and the juice matured in predominately new American oak for 17 months to produce the wine for the Caravan of Dreams label. With an equally deep garnet-black color, the 2008 Caravan of Dreams Shiraz Pressings has pronounced aromas of kirsch, warm blackberries, game, marmite, and truffles with a little loam and coffee grounds. This 2008 has just slightly better balanced structure with crisp acid and a medium level of very fine, silky tannins. Concentrated, seamless and very long in the finish, drink this from 2012 to 2022+. The original 10-acre Tatiarra vineyard was established by Bill Hepburn in the early 1990s, while he purportedly camped out in his “Caravan of Dreams.” More recently another 10 acres have been committed to vine, and McLaren Vale winemaker, Ben Riggs, has taken his talents to this impressive Heathcote project. The estate is producing some very classy Shirazes that are whole-heartedly recommended. The Culled Barrel label is exactly as it suggests – a “second wine” composed of declassified barrels that did not make the cuts for the other “grand vins.” Nonetheless, the 2007 and 2008 are still pretty impressive wines.

Lisa Perrotti-Brown – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate

2007 Tatiarra Culled Barrel Shiraz

Rating: 91

Drink 2010 - 2016

The 2007 Culled Barrel Shiraz has a deep garnet-purple color and fragrant aromas of warm blackberry, black currant, coffee grounds and anise with a touch of black pepper. Rich yet fine on the palate with medium-high acid and a medium level of fine grained tannins, this full-bodied Shiraz gives a long finish. Drink it now to 2016+. The original 10-acre Tatiarra vineyard was established by Bill Hepburn in the early 1990s, while he purportedly camped out in his “Caravan of Dreams.” More recently another 10 acres have been committed to vine, and McLaren Vale winemaker, Ben Riggs, has taken his talents to this impressive Heathcote project. The estate is producing some very classy Shirazes that are whole-heartedly recommended. The Culled Barrel label is exactly as it suggests – a “second wine” composed of declassified barrels that did not make the cuts for the other “grand vins.” Nonetheless, the 2007 and 2008 are still pretty impressive wines.

Lisa Perrotti-Brown – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate

2008 Tatiarra Culled Barrel Shiraz

Rating: 90

Drink 2010 - 2017

The 2008 Culled Barrel Shiraz reveals a very deep garnet-purple color and intense aromas of black currants, prunes, tar, earth, licorice and dark chocolate. Rich, ripe and full-bodied with medium-high acid and a medium level of velvety tannins, it finishes long and spicy. Drink it now to 2017+. The original 10-acre Tatiarra vineyard was established by Bill Hepburn in the early 1990s, while he purportedly camped out in his “Caravan of Dreams.” More recently another 10 acres have been committed to vine, and McLaren Vale winemaker, Ben Riggs, has taken his talents to this impressive Heathcote project. The estate is producing some very classy Shirazes that are whole-heartedly recommended. The Culled Barrel label is exactly as it suggests – a “second wine” composed of declassified barrels that did not make the cuts for the other “grand vins.” Nonetheless, the 2007 and 2008 are still pretty impressive wines.

Lisa Perrotti-Brown – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate

2007 Tatiarra Shiraz Cambrian

Rating: 92

Drink 2013 - 2020

The 2007 Cambrian Shiraz has a very deep garnet-black color and gives pronounced notes of warm blackberries, macerated black cherries, spice box, powdered cinnamon and liquorice. Crisp acid cuts through the dense fruit on this full-bodied wine, with a medium level of fine tannins to lend just enough texture. The anise laced finish is long. Enticingly approachable now, it will be at its best from 2013 to 2020+. The original 10-acre Tatiarra vineyard was established by Bill Hepburn in the early 1990s, while he purportedly camped out in his “Caravan of Dreams.” More recently another 10 acres have been committed to vine, and McLaren Vale winemaker, Ben Riggs, has taken his talents to this impressive Heathcote project. The estate is producing some very classy Shirazes that are whole-heartedly recommended. The Culled Barrel label is exactly as it suggests – a “second wine” composed of declassified barrels that did not make the cuts for the other “grand vins.” Nonetheless, the 2007 and 2008 are still pretty impressive wines.

Lisa Perrotti-Brown – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate

2008 Tatiarra Shiraz Cambrian

Rating: 92

Drink 2013 - 2020

With a very deep garnet-purple color, the 2008 Cambrian Shiraz has an alluring perfume of warm blackberries, blueberries, violets and licorice with a bit of coffee. Crisp acid plus a medium level of fine tannins give backbone to the lush, full body creating a pleasant harmony. The finish is very long. This wine should be drinking best 2013 to 2020+. The original 10-acre Tatiarra vineyard was established by Bill Hepburn in the early 1990s, while he purportedly camped out in his “Caravan of Dreams.” More recently another 10 acres have been committed to vine, and McLaren Vale winemaker, Ben Riggs, has taken his talents to this impressive Heathcote project. The estate is producing some very classy Shirazes that are whole-heartedly recommended. The Culled Barrel label is exactly as it suggests – a “second wine” composed of declassified barrels that did not make the cuts for the other “grand vins.” Nonetheless, the 2007 and 2008 are still pretty impressive wines.

Lisa Perrotti-Brown – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate

2002 Tatiarra Cambrian Shiraz

The Corkscrew Online Wine Emporium.
Springfield, Illinois USA

"Yup, the same one that outscored all those classic wines like the 1998 Grange at last year's Great Shiraz Shootout. The Tatiarra Vineyard is in the Heathcote District, an area of Australia that is about to explode on the world scene in terms of Shiraz. The Cambrian Earth has become the most prized of soil profiles in that area, existing in a long parallel ban starting south of Heathcote and extending all the way to the north of Colbinabbin. These 500 million year old volcanic soils make for some amazing Shiraz. The Tatiarra Vineyard is managed by Ian Rathjen, the same fellow who runs the Aussie cult fave Whistling Eagle Vineyard, and the wines are made by the legendary Ben Riggs. Only 143 cases of this wine exist and the nose is packed with licorice, plum, blackberry and black pepper. The palate is huge and concentrated with all those same flavors plus a bit of cedar and vanilla. This is an insanely powerful wine that could easily cellar for 15-20 years. I want to say this right now: the Tatiarra wines have the potential, given the creative forces behind them, to be the next Penfolds Grange of Australia. Nick's Wine Merchants in Victoria use a rigorous scoring method for wines that is on a 100 point scale similar to the Wine Advocate. They scored this wine 98. These wines have yet to be reviewed by Parker, etc. so you have a grand opportunity to get in on the ground floor of a cult wine in the making. Before it gets to be over a hundred bucks a bottle." - Michael A.
www.thecorkscrew.com
2002 Tatiarra Caravan of Dreams Shiraz Pressings
"Even harder to find at a whopping 130 cases, this Shiraz is "totally over the top" according to winemaker Ben Riggs. The color is jet black. If you stare into the glass long enough you get an idea of what looking into a black hole must be like. The nose is dizzying, with an avalanche of violets, vanilla, pepper and blackberry. The palate is huge and velvety smooth with all those same flavors plus hint of licorice. Ben says the wine is very similar in style to the Springflat Duck Muck Shiraz but with a smaller price tag. For now. We've had a lot of great Australian wines pass through our doors in the past few years, but these may top them all." - Michael A.
www.thecorkscrew.com

Lisa Perrotti-Brown – Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate

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