Maker: Jacob’s Creek
Packaging: Bottle, natural cork
Our Rating: 8 out of 10
Jacob’s Creek Shiraz 2003 is a typical great Shiraz value… a price way under ten bucks a bottle, a nice combination of fruit and complexity… what’s not to like? The Jacob’s Creek Shiraz has a spicy aroma with a strong hint of licorice, and mixes berry and plum fruit with balanced oak and tannins. The finish is slightly astringent, but not unpleasant. It would be a great accompaniment to any kind of casual dining, particularly for beef or spicier fare.
Read more about Jacob’s Creek Shiraz here. The wine has won a fair number of medals, and it’s easy to see why.
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where can i find the best case price on the jacobs creek shiraz 2003?
Wine isn’t cheap to ship at the consumer level, so I’d start by contacting local shops and distributors in your area. Some mail order sellers might be able to help you (if that kind of shipment is legal in your area) – http://www.winechateau.com seems to carry a selection of Jacob’s Creek products and offers a case discount. If all else fails, contact the winery via their web form: http://www.jacobscreek.com/contact/contact.phtml