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2013 Eden Hall Block 4 Shiraz
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- Cellar 5 - 6 years (2021-2022)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Stelvin
Eden Hall was established by David Hall, a well-respected spinal surgeon, and his wife Mardi when they purchased the Avon Brae property in 1996. They quickly set about re-establishing the vineyard and the first commercial release was in 2004. Today the property has over 80 acres under vine and talented Kym Teusner is contracted as red wine maker. Sourced from selected rows in Eden Hall’s Block 4 vineyard, the wine was matured for nearly two years in French oak and spent more than a year in bottle prior to release.
A Spectacular Rich, Brooding and Decadently textured Eden Valley Shiraz that possesses a powerhouse of flavour.
Outstanding colour displaying a saturated inky black core with a very deep dark purple black hue. Aromatics of liquorice and ripe blackberries intermixed with dark chocolate waft from the glass followed by toasty vanillin oak and spicy mocha. Hedonistically rich and extravagantly concentrated the palate is flooded with opulently textured flavours of liquorice, dark chocolate, dark plum and ripe blackberries with back drop nuances of lightly toasted vanillin oak and spicy mocha. Silky smooth tannins with outstanding power driving right through to the very long finish of dark chocolate, liquorice, dark plum, blackberry, toasty vanillin oak and mocha.
Cellar 5-6 years.
Superb example of the variety and of the region. Full-bodied but silken, ripped with inky blueberry and blackberry fruit flavour but alive with violet, fresh mint and assorted garden herbs. Deep and wise but sharp as a tack. Cut with rocky, minerally, smoky tannin. At the riper end of the spectrum, sure, but a powerhouse wine, a perfumed steamroller, and with a long future ahead. Drink by 2035.
James Halliday’s Wine Companion