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2010 Sons Of Eden Romulus Old Vine Barossa Shiraz
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- Cellar 5 - 8 years (2018-2021)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Cork
Sons of Eden is a partnership between winemaker Corey Ryan and viticulturist Simon Cowham who both learnt their trades in the vineyards and cellars of Eden Valley. Their labels Romulus and Remus come from the fable of the legendary founders of Ancient Rome. These twins were abandoned at birth and reared by a she-wolf. Romulus murdered his twin Remus in a fit of rage over the naming of Rome, the city which both had built. Legend presents Romulus (Barossa Valley) as the stronger, more powerful of the brothers, while Remus (Eden Valley) was more refined, focussed and elegant. Sourced from low yielding 80 year old plus vines the wine was matured for 20 months in American oak.
Outstanding super saturated black purple colour with very deep dark purple black hue. The nose offers up a perfumed aromatic profile of ripe blackberry, liquorice and dark plum followed by some vanillin oak and confectionary. Full of richness expansive waves of fruit saturate the palate with voluptuous flavours of blackberry, liquorice and dark ripe plum followed by some vanillin oak and spice. Velvet smooth tannins with long persistent aftertaste of ripe blackberry, dark plum, liquorice and vanillin oak.
Cellar 5-8 years (2018-2021)
Alc 14.5% Other Reviews….
A deeper, more purple, and more dense, hue than Remus; the wine spent 20 months in American oak, which has combined with the opulent black fruits and licorice to provide a flamboyant wine that somehow cuts through its layers of flavour. These are two heroic shirazs. Drink By 2035.
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion