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2016 Sons of Eden Marschall Shiraz
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- Cellar 5 - 6 years (2022-2023)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Stelvin
Sons of Eden are at the forefront of a new wave of Barossa winemakers revitalising the regions wine styles. Whilst some have some have pushed the barrier a little too far, overshooting the mark in their pursuit of elegance and freshness at the sacrifice of Barossa’s trademark richness, these boys hit the bullseye. Right through their range of reds they manage to combine Barossa’s famed rich fruit with supple textures, a delicious savouriness and fresh feel, never losing sight of what Barossa does best – product rich opulent full bodied reds.
Rich, succulent and silky in its mouthfeel this Shiraz smashes it out of the park in the drinkability stakes.
Sourced from vines aged between 20-80 years old the resultant wine was matured in a mix of new and seasoned French and American oak hogsheads for 18 months. Outstanding depth of colour displaying an impenetrable inky black core with an equally deep dark purple black hue. Very fragrant and lifted, the nose has aromas of blackberries, liquorice and dark plums blossoming from the glass gently infused with smoky vanillin cedar, subtle fennel and spice. From the outstanding 2016 vintage this is a great modern take on Barossa Shiraz, showcasing the regions beloved richness whilst also incorporating a delicious savouriness. Mouthfilling flavours of blackberries, dark plums and liquorice intermixed with smoky vanillin cedar and fennel stream across the palate. Also present are infusions of blackpepper and spice. Cashmere like tannins are perfectly interwoven with the rich opulent fruit. Long persistent pepper infused conclusion of blackberries, plums, liquorice, smoky vanillin cedar and spicy fennel. Offering a very wide drinking window it can be enjoyed over the next 5-6 years.
One of the great Shiraz bargains from the Barossa, and can be found for around $20.
Intensity of berries here, kind of like frozen berries – liquified, pepper and dark chocolate, suede leather to smell, and also in the tannin department: it’s the kind of wine you can almost stroke with your tongue. Rich and dense, kind of saline with something of an oyster sauce savoury, but lots of that ripe blackberry and blueberry, layered with spice on a long fat finish. Pretty much nails it. Drink 2018-2026.
Gary Walsh – The Wine Front