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2016 Sons of Eden Kennedy Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre
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- Cellar 5 - 6 years (2023-2024)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Stelvin
Named as a tribute to the legendary Barossa Vigneron’s who pioneered the planting of the old treasured vineyards, the Grenache fruit is the ‘soul’ of this blend and is predominately sourced from an exceptionally low yielding 60+ year-old Light Pass Vineyard. It was originally planted by the Kennedy Family, with ownership eventually being passed onto the charismatic Leo ‘Joe’ KENNEDY who nurtured the vines for many years, selling his prized fruit to local winemakers.
A superb Barossa GSM boasting richness, plenty of flesh and abundant power.
A blend of 53% Grenache, 31% Shiraz and 16% Mourvedre with maturation taking place in seasoned oak barrels for 16 months. Totally opaque black dark purple colour with a bright dark purple hue. Pronounced freshly crushed dark raspberry, plum and ripe dark cherry aromas intermix with hints of liquorice and infusions of incense over a back drop of vanillin cedar and subtle earth notes. Rich succulent flavours of ripe dark raspberries, liquorice, dark plums and dark cherries give the mid palate plenty of flesh. Infusions of incense, light smoky earth characters and spice also chime in. Luscious, juicy mouthfeel finishing with lots of energy and velvet smooth tannins. Superb power and length with a lingering aftertaste of juicy dark raspberries, dark plums, liquorice, incense infusions, subtle smoky earth and spice. The Sons of Eden team are on a roll and can seemingly do no wrong.
Cellar 5-6 years.