Shiraz is the jewel in Australia’s wine crown –widely (and successfully) planted in an array of regions, microclimates and soil types. Shiraz has proved itself an extremely versatile variety, producing full–bodied, ripe berry examples from the warm regions, and lean, spicy styles from the cool.
Fruit for this wine was sourced from three vineyards across two premier sub–regions of the Barossa Valley; Ebenezer and Stonewell. Made in our favouritestyle of classic Barossa Shiraz (power with elegance), this wine was cool fermented for eight days before being racked into older French Hogsheads for 10 months maturation
Deep inky red with a purple rim. Lifted notes of dark plum, chocolate and vanilla. Generous and ripe without being overpowering. Fresh red and black fruits, with some hints of vanilla oak. Fine tannins and good length. A well balanced Shiraz which shows elegance and restraint. Drinking well now, but will reward cellaring of 8 –10 years