Standish - The Schubert Theorem Shiraz Vertikale 20/21 (99 Punkte Parker)
Dieses Paket beinhaltet jeweils 1x 0,75L The Schubert Theorem Shiraz 2020 + 1x 0,75L The Schubert Theorem Shiraz 2021
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Standish - The Schubert Theorem Shiraz:
Der 'The Schubert Theorem Shiraz' hat einen pechschwarzen Kern, der von sehr tiefen und dunkelvioletten Farbreflexen unterstützt wird. Glanzvoll und funkelnd steht der Wein im Glas. Sowohl verführerisch als auch intensiv, fluten üppig reife Brombeeren, Lakritz, schwarze Kirschen und dunkle Pflaumenaromen die Nasenlöcher. Mit der generösen Frucht vermischt sich ein Hauch von leicht getoastetem Zedernholz, dunkler Schokolade, erdigen Noten und orientalischen Gewürzen. Wunderbar reichhaltig und kraftvoll am Gaumen mit einem sexy, opulenten Mundgefühl, ist dieser Rotwein ebenso zugänglich wie großartig strukturreich. Der Gaumen ist durchtränkt von einer Mischung aus saftigen Brombeer-, dunklen Pflaumen- und Lakritzaromen, die von feinster Vanille, steinig-mineralischen Elementen und Gewürzen untermalt werden. Die robusten, aber delikaten und gut verwobenen Tannine bilden das Grundgerüst für die dekadenten Früchte, die eine hervorragende Fruchtreinheit und Konzentration aufweisen. Außergewöhnlich lang und extrem mundfüllend, mit fast kaubaren Noten von Brombeeren, dunklen Pflaumen, Lakritz, feinster Vanille und eine schöne Mineralik, machen diesen Rotwein zu einer Richtgröße der besten Shiraz-Weine aus Down-Under.
98 Punkte - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
2020 Schubert Theorem Shiraz
Issue date 12th May 2022, The Wine Advocate
Reviewed by: Erin Larkin
Release Price: NA
Drink Date: 2022 - 2047
98 Points - Erin Larkin (RobertParker.com):
"The 2020 The Schubert Theorem Shiraz was made with fruit from the Roennfeldt Road vineyard in Marananga, with 70% whole bunches in the ferment. This is the only cuvée in the collection that sees any inclusion of a different maturation vessel: the northeastern corner of the vineyard goes into concrete, because it retains the pure blue fruit characters that so define the wine. When one considers the dirt that is in this vineyard (and I ask you, without dirt, just where would we all be?), when one sees its black, shaley sparkle, one can get a sense of what to expect in the wine. It is always the black, brooding beast of the pack, but there is always—and I repeat, ALWAYS—a core of very pure fruit at its heart. This year is no different, and it is encased in fine but structuring tannin. It soars long across the palate, and yet within it, this wine is elegant and pliable. If the Lamella is the intriguing, pretty wine, and The Standish is the savory powerhouse, then The Relic is the iron fist–velvet glove... which makes this the enigma. I cannot overstate how attracted I am to the prowling, slinking nature of it. The tannins here—of all the wines—have a blueberry skin gravel to them; they are chalky and fine and a little bit gritty… excellent. This is a sensation, in every respect. A hot contender for best wine in the release this year." - Wine Advocate
99 Punkte - James Suckling:
2020 The Schubert Theorem Shiraz
"Unbelievable! Another insane wine. The length of this is endless. The blue fruits and Asian spices are mind-blowing. It’s medium- to full-bodied with a mouth full of polished and refined, creamy tannins. It goes on for minutes. Endless. Seamless and gorgeous. Leave this for years ahead if you can keep your hands off it. Better after 2025."
Tasting notes Stuart Pigott, SENIOR EDITOR JAMES SUCKLING:
"I always pick wines that I have some personal connection with for Christmas, because they bring back those special moments of discovery.
When I visited the Standish Wine Company in Australia’s Barossa Valley with James and the team on the afternoon of Oct. 4 this year, I knew nothing except that some of Dan Standish’s wines had been given high ratings in the past. It was a cold wet day and I felt exhausted from hard work in the tasting room.
Then the Standish Wine Company Barossa Valley The Schubert Theorem 2020 completely blew my mind. It had the kind of fragrance, creamy texture and incredible length of a great red Burgundy, but all the spice of the shiraz, aka Syrah, grape. Tears came to my eyes and they may do so again on Christmas Day when I open the single bottle of this wine I was able to purchase from the German importer right after that tasting."
99 Punkte - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate:
2021 Schubert Theorem Shiraz
Issue date 11th May 2022, The Wine Advocate
Reviewed by: Erin Larkin
Release Price: NA
Drink Date: 2023 - 2058
99 Points - Erin Larkin (RobertParker.com):
"The 2021 The Schubert Theorem Shiraz was made with fruit from the Roennenfeldt Road vineyard, in Marananga, with 70% whole bunches in the ferment. The northeastern corner of this vineyard is matured in concrete egg to preserve the blue-fruited core that defines the style of this wine; it is the only cuvée that features an alternate maturation vessel. I knew (before and) when I tasted the 2019 and 2020 vintages what I was going to get, by and large. When I was in the Barossa in June 2021, I was already thinking about what the Schubert would look like from this year, as the perceived fit of season and style had the potential to dovetail in a most titillating fashion—a "stars aligning" kind of thing. A cool season overlays a warm site capable of producing dark, dense, sometimes brooding, always pure Shiraz. The combination of concrete egg (and, in this case, a slightly shorter maturation in this vessel) and cooler year has produced a wine of scintillating precision and fruit sweetness. It glows with its own black light. It shimmers and oscillates between fruit luminescence and plush tannic texture, and in doing so, it barely contains its own energy and abundance. The distinction between this profusion of fruit and the old "fruit bombs" of yore is the precision of acid and pliable fruit tannin that defines the middle palate and the ability of the fruit (courtesy of the winemaking) to shine through the vessels in which it matured. The tannin that shapes the wine is plentiful, make no mistake, yet it is ductile and fine and threads through every aspect of the palate. A thrilling Schubert this year, it's like a strike of lightning on a dark night. This wine appeals most fervently to my penchant for freshness, energy and resonant bass line. 14.9% alcohol." - Wine Advocate
Listed - Barossa Super 100 Classification
- HERSTELLER: The Standish Wine Company
- LAND: Australien
- REGION: Barossa Valley
- JAHRGANG: 2020 + 2021
- WEINTYP: Rotwein
- REBSORTE: 100% Shiraz
- ALKOHOLGEHALT: 14,9%
- VERSCHLUSSTYP: Kork
- GROESSE: 2x 0,75 Liter
- INVERKEHRBRINGER: WineDreams, D-46147 Oberhausen