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2018 Eden Valley



Menglers Hill – Hampton vineyard

Latitude: 34⁰32’06”S  Longitude: 139⁰02’46”E

Planted in 1982 to the BVRC30 clone this Shiraz thrives on a silty sandy loam over red ironstone clay with schist at depth. At an altitude of 450m, a north-south row orientation and south facing slope this block provides the finesse you expect from Eden Valley with a surprising level of power.

Fruit was harvested in the cool of the morning and delivered to the winery where it was destemmed into an open top fermenter. After thirteen days on skins the wine was basket pressed before overnight settling and racking to seasoned French oak. Ten months maturation in oak before blending and bottling in January 2019.

150 cases produced

Nose – Sarsaparilla, mulberries, tea leaf and fresh vanilla bean.
Palate – Great tannin focus through the middle, flavours of red fruits and earth.

• Nick Buttler at The Real Review – 95Points, Ralph Kyte-Powell at The Real Review – 94Points

• Dave Brookes The Adelaide Review

• Angus Hughson Wine Pilot – 93/100

• “It is fragrant and perfumed with blossom and jasmine notes hanging over the pure blueberry and red plummy fruits. Plenty of spicy notes, vanilla bean, a lovely bright, spacious mouthfeel with those delightful kinetic tannins. It’s a cracker.” – The Adelaide Review

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