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2016 Eden Hall Block 4 Shiraz
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- Cellar Drink Now - 8 years (2020-2028)
- 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. Sourced from selected rows in Eden Hall’s Block 4 vineyard, the wine was matured for 18 months in French oak and spent more than a year in bottle prior to release. The talented Kym Teusner was the wine maker of this sizeable 2016 Shiraz.
Magnificent dense inky black colour with a deep dark red black hue. Intense liquorice and black cherry aromas have a smoky cedar overlay with elements of fennel, scorched earth and blackpepper ensuing. Boasting enormous palate weight and a level of richness that borders on being decadent, opulent liquorice, black cherry and luscious blackberry fruits flood every corner of the mouth. Smoky vanillin cedar, fennel, scorched earth and infusions of blackpepper then chime in. A firm matrix of tannins provides ample structure and imparts a muscular feel onto the long powerful aftertaste.
Drink over the next 6-8 years.
Selected rows from a single block, open-fermented, matured for 15 months in French barriques (40% new). Inky purple-black; super rich, voluptuous, arms open wide to welcome all who come here - for it's not over-extracted nor tannic. The balance is such that much will be consumed sooner rather than later, but that wouldn't be a crime. Drink by 2041.
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion