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2015 Grant Burge Filsell Old Vine Shiraz
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- Cellar 6 - 8 years (2024-2026)
- ABV 14%
- Closure: Stelvin
Planted in 1920 Grant Burge’s Filsell vineyard is considered one of the best vineyards in the Barossa Valley and consistently produces fruit of great intensity and concentration. Known as Meshach’s younger brother the 2015 vintage was matured in a combination of French and American oak for 21 months.
Rich and brimming with confidence this is classic old school Barossa Shiraz.
Impenetrable inky black core with a deep dark red black tinged hue. Intense aromas of ripe blackberries and liquorice tinged with dark chocolate drift effortlessly out of the glass followed by vanillin oak, subtle scorched earth and spice. Rich with Barossa’s trademark concentration and glowing opulence the palate is awash with dark and black fruit flavours. Ripe blackberry, dark plum and liquorice saturates the mouth underscored by subtlety toasted vanillin oak, traces of dark chocolate and spice. Silky smooth, perfectly integrated tannins have a solid underlying structure. Excellent intensity with a long ripe blackberry, liquorice, dark plum, subtle dark chocolate, vanillin oak and spice aftertaste.
Cellar 6-8 years.
A mix of open and tank fermentation, matured for 21 months in 30% new oak (65% French, 36% American), the remainder used. The vines are nearing 100yo, and coupled with the use of French and American oak, have produced a full-bodied shiraz that proclaims its DNA in full voice. Blackberry fruit, licorice and tarry nuances are decorated with substantial, but ripe, tannins. The saving grace is the alcohol of 14%, not 15%. Drink by 2035.
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion