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2015 Epsilon Shiraz
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- Cellar 4 - 5 years (2020-2021)
- ABV 14.8%
- Closure: Stelvin
Epsilon is the project of Aaron and Julie Southern (Julie is a member of the Kalleske clan) who own vineyards in the Northern part of Barossa. As the familiar story goes with so many growers they sold off their fruit to larger wineries until a chance meeting with the Massena boys Dan Standish and Jaysen Collins. Under their guidance they convinced them to start up their own brand in 2004 and built a winery on the property. Sourced from a single vineyard the wine sees approximately 10 months in older French oak with only the best batches making the final blend. Jaysen Collins oversees the winemaking operations.
A lush, juicy Barossa Shiraz with plenty of spice.
Totally opaque black dark red colour with a deep dark red black hue. Pronounced aromas of dark plums and liquorice are meshed in with smoky oak, a hint of spicy fennel and pepper. Rich, juicy and voluptuously textured the palate delivers a flamboyant flavour profile of liquorice, ripe blackberries and dark plums with following smoky oak infusions, subtle dried meats and pepper. Velvet smooth tannins. Excellent concentration and depth with a long succulent aftertaste of spicy dark plums, liquorice, smoky oak, a subtle meatiness and pepper.
Drink over the next 4-5 years.
An alluring shiraz that tiptoes an elegant aromatic line of lilac, violet, iodine and sapid blueberry notes, laced with star anise and clove. The palate, too, does not disappoint. Fine-grained, slinky tannins and saline acidity serve as a confluence to the free-flowing fruit and expanding, more savoury, tones of smoked meats, black olive and liquorice root. Northern Rhone? A wine of a deft hand and fresh fruit picked at the optimal window of opportunity. Bravo! Drink by 2025.
Ned Goodwin - James Halliday's Australian Wine Companion