Mollydooker Two Left Feet Shiraz Blend 2015

$26.99

Mollydooker is a hot new label from Australia - try this delicious red blend while its still available!90 Points Robert Parker: "A blend of 72% Shiraz, 12% Cabernet Sauvignon and 16% Merlot, the Two Left Feet has a deep garnet-purple color and a slightly closed nose of black currant cordial, mulberries, espresso and tree bark with a whiff of bacon. Full-bodied, ripe, rich and spicy in the mouth, it has a good foundation of crisp acid and a medium level of silky tannins, finishing long. Drinking nicely now, it should keep to 2017+." Mollydooker (the Australian equivalent of “Southpaw”– both Sparky and Sarah Marquis are left-handed) is the label of the renowned winemaking team of Sparky and Sarah Marquis.

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Ratings on Delectable

Eric Urbani Delectable Pro

The vinuous review is a bit harsh. This is a plush style so I did not have high expectations - but it was not bad.

The vinuous review is a bit harsh. This is a plush style so I did not have high expectations - but it was not bad.

8.8

Ainsley Clement Delectable Pro

Blackberries, plum, spice, dark chocolate and black pepper round out this dark purple, medium acidity wine. Lovely weekend wine!

Blackberries, plum, spice, dark chocolate and black pepper round out this dark purple, medium acidity wine. Lovely weekend wine!

8.9

Brent S Delectable Pro

MD wines are always a little over-the-top, but this one has little redeeming decadence.

MD wines are always a little over-the-top, but this one has little redeeming decadence.

8.7

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

We definitely visited there today but ran out of time to taste as we had to get to Yangarra Estate. So, when we saw this on the list at "The Barn Bristro", we figured why not as we could go back to taste there but not sure it fits into an already tight schedule of appointments. This is easy to drink now but is better in 2-3 years. However, it's not engineered to cellar more than 5-7 years. It's lean on complexity but has nice ripe blue fruits, blackberries, black plum, black raspberries, hint of understated pepper, warm spice, light baking spicing, used coffee grounds, dark chocolate, black licorice, big acidity and a polished finish. Good QPR. If you don't know the story behind the name, "Molly Dooker", it's an Australian term for a left handed boxer or someone who is left handed. Apparently, they couldn't come up with a winery name amongst the group and finally someone threw out MollyDooker. Bet that person was a lefty!

We definitely visited there today but ran out of time to taste as we had to get to Yangarra Estate. So, when we saw this on the list at "The Barn Bristro", we figured why not as we could go back to taste there but not sure it fits into an already tight schedule of appointments. This is easy to drink now but is better in 2-3 years. However, it's not engineered to cellar more than 5-7 years. It's lean on complexity but has nice ripe blue fruits, blackberries, black plum, black raspberries, hint of understated pepper, warm spice, light baking spicing, used coffee grounds, dark chocolate, black licorice, big acidity and a polished finish. Good QPR. If you don't know the story behind the name, "Molly Dooker", it's an Australian term for a left handed boxer or someone who is left handed. Apparently, they couldn't come up with a winery name amongst the group and finally someone threw out MollyDooker. Bet that person was a lefty!

8.8

Meghan Cavadi

New Years Eve 2018-2019

New Years Eve 2018-2019

9.0

Alison Mancinelli

Needs air but opened for a nice casual bottle

Needs air but opened for a nice casual bottle

8.6

Chris B.

A big, brassy, loud wine; sweeter than I expected, but pretty damn tasty all the same. Slaps you in the face with blackberry jelly, right down to the corn syrup, but has enough spicy, smoky punch to see it through. Was great with William Bradley’s braised short ribs recipe.

A big, brassy, loud wine; sweeter than I expected, but pretty damn tasty all the same. Slaps you in the face with blackberry jelly, right down to the corn syrup, but has enough spicy, smoky punch to see it through. Was great with William Bradley’s braised short ribs recipe.

9.0

Regina Solis

Dark strawberry color, rich unripened fig

Dark strawberry color, rich unripened fig

8.0

Geoff Parrish

Older vintages a little better, so if you can find them snatch them up. Still my favorite vineyard, looking forward to being closer for a personal visit. #mollydooker I'm coming to visit you soon!!!

Older vintages a little better, so if you can find them snatch them up. Still my favorite vineyard, looking forward to being closer for a personal visit. #mollydooker I'm coming to visit you soon!!!

9.0

Lori Lowman

A past, and still current, favorite

A past, and still current, favorite

9.2

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