I have always loved Rick's Best satin tire dressing. It may not be exactly what you're looking for, because it doesn't leave them "wet", it basically absorbs into the rubber and makes them look really dark, and just a bit more glossy than new. You would get that stuff online on prevettes.com.
Before discovering the satin, I used to use the stuff in the black can, I believe meguiars hot shine or something like that. It definitely is very high gloss, but it doesn't last through crap. One rain and it's done. Rick's Best has a high gloss too, I just haven't ever used it, the satin looks so perfect. I would imagine though that the high gloss has a pretty good longevity as well.