Reviews & Articles
The Mad Hatter Shiraz 2004
04 The Mad Hatter in Montreal's The Gazette
"Creamy and I mean creamy, blue and black berries and cassis with a black pepper and mocha chaser. The tannins are there, but so soft and cuddly that you hardly notice them. It's big, meaty and oh so silky, and while I would call it far from elegant, it is so absolutely quaffable that it is difficult to stop refilling your glass. If you love your new world wines, then you'll love this." Drink now- 2015 Food pairing: Any braised meat, pan-seared foie gras with spicy red wine sauce.