Barossa - Eden Valley Pinot Noir Rosé
Vineyard: Nestled in the Barossa Hills on the Eastern side of Eden Valley, the vineyard is one of the oldest in the region, planted in 1932 by the Lehmann family.
Season: Eden Valley received good winter rains which set the growing season off to a good start. Flowering was consistent with bunches setting well and generous quantities expected. Summer was warm and dry with the added benefit of Eden Valley's high altitude allowing cool evening's and breezes to assist with wine grapes maintaining freshness and high levels of natural acidity.
Wine making: NA
Appearance: Pale salmon pink.
Aroma/Bouquet: Crisp and lively with lifted aromas of raspberry, watermelon and apple blossom.
Palate: Vibrant, light and refreshing with delicate nuances of raspberry, confectionery, fairy floss and delicate summer berries.
Food Pairing: Grilled shellfish, tapas, spicy foods and matured cheese.
Residual Sugar: 3.4 g/L
Cellar potential: 2 years
Winemaker: Simon Adams
Barossa - Eden Valley Grenache
Vineyard: Chaffey Bros Wine Co. Grenache from Barossa is a beauty. The grower, Kevin Schild, is the custodian of the 83 year-old Grenache vines.
Season: Exceptional quality was achieved from the 2019 vintage but extremely limited quantities produced; due to the low rainfall. Frost disrupted the first vine buds in spring and throughout flowering which again reduced overall grape supply. A dry ripening through summer kept disease pressure to a minimum.
Wine making: Handpicked old vine Grenache grapes were gently pressed and fermented on skins with 27% whole bunch fermentation. Seasoned in new French oak barriques before bottled as an unfiltered and unfined red wine.
Appearance: Bright red colour with a light crimson hue.
Aroma/Bouquet: Aromatics of spicy sweet raspberries, musk confectionery, toffee apples and fragrant rose.
Palate: Delicious flavours of ripe dark raspberries, plums and red liquorice decorate the palate giving it a juicy mouth feel. Underpinning this vibrant fruit are notions of confectionery with a spicy bright finish. Velvet smooth with perfect interwoven tannin, succulent,slightly spicy and simply delicious.
Food Pairing: Asian, Vegan cuisine, Cheese plates, Pasta dishes etc..
Suggestion: Chill for 30 minutes in the summer season.
Residual Sugar: NA
Production: 473 dozen (750ml)
Vegan Friendly: 100%
Cellar potential: now - 8 years.
Winemaker: Daniel Hartwig & Theo Engela
Barossa - Eden Valley Grenache Rosé
Vineyard: At the end of our old-vine garden path there is a Fairytale come true, Carl Lindner’s 85 year old bush vine Grenache garden in the Barossa.
Season: Exceptional quality was achieved from the 2019 vintage but extremely limited quantities produced; due to the lower than average rainfall recordings. Frost disrupted the first vine buds in spring and throughout flowering which again reduced overall wine grape supply. The dry ripening season through summer kept disease pressure to a minimum and cooler high country breezes allowed the grapes to ripen for a vintage of premium quality.
Winemaking: After hand picking in the last week of March, winemaker Elena Brooks let the free run basket pressed juice ferment with natural indigenous yeasts in old French Oak barriques. The wine sat on yeast lees for twenty weeks before bottling without secondary fermentation, fining or filtration to capture the essence of our Fairytale.
Appearance: True translucent, lightly coloured, free-run salmon or Fairytale pink with unadulterated orange onion skin hues.
Aroma/Bouquet: Pure Grenache sweet n’ sour aromatics: the best of the variety’s juicy fruit combined with the best of the variety’s languid, gruff spice. Bath salts, lavender, roses, and the stoney, sandy ground of the vineyard just before rain.
Palate: A drying raspberry entry followed by more raspberries. Fresh and zingy with a long palate that really saturates your tastebuds with flavour.
Food Pairing: Enjoy chilled & pair with spicy cuisine, shell fish or a rich and creamy Mushroom Risotto.
Residual Sugar: 3.4g/L
Cellar potential: Now - 2025
Winemaker: Elena Brooks, BSc (Oenology) Adelaide