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2008 Menzel Shiraz
2008 Shiraz Red
Barossa Valley
USD 863.37 / 750 ml
Multiple International and National award winner, including 2016 Winestate Shiraz Challenge - 2008 Menzel Shiraz Silver Medal 2014 CWSA China Wine & Spirit Award - 2008 Menzel Shiraz Double Gold Medal 2012 Visy Great Australian Shiraz Challenge - 2008 Menzel Shiraz Silver medal and Top 20 2012 Nicks Wine Merchants - 2008 Menzel Shiraz 96 points 2012 Decanter Awards UK - 2008 Menzel Shiraz Bronze Medal 2012 International Wine Challenge UK - 2008 Menzel Shiraz Bronze Medal 2012 WineWise-The consumer’s wine guide - 2008 Menzel Shiraz Highly Recommended Wine 2012 WineState Barossa and Eden Tasting - 2008 Menzel Shiraz 4 stars 2012 WineState Wine World - 2008 Menzel Shiraz 4 Stars 2012 Small Vigneron Awards - 2008 Menzel Shiraz Highly Recommended Produced from our best 6 row with optimum flavour fruit, our winemaker Charlie walks the rows and carefully tastes the fruit out of our Single vineyard, before deciding when to pick. After a gentle crush of the grape, the juices together with the skins go into open ferment. During this time (once fermentation starts) a daily control of Baume and temperature is carried out together with hand plunging of the cap to extract colour and tannins from the skins. After its fermentation to zero Baume, the wine is put into oak barrels 50% French oak and 50% American oak most of them 3 to 4 year old and with only 20% being new oak. The reason being is to produce fruit driven wine and not heavy oak flavour. Hence God’s Hill Wines are a Fruit driven wine. It is 100% Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot Varietal (in purezza ) with no added flavours or any other additives. It is pure grape juice fermented to alcohol with the most stringent hygiene and love. Our first release is after 4 years to allow some bottle age thus making it pleasant to drink on release, and with careful cellaring many more years after that. The only additive is minimum sulphur to safeguard the quality. Charlie Scalzi Felice Scalzi Winemaker Vigneron/ Assistant Winemaker
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Alcohol 14.8
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Hill of Grace Shiraz
2015 Shiraz - maximum 3 btls per person Red
Barossa Valley
USD 519.51 / 750 ml
Dark crimson in colour with deep garnet hues. A concentrated array of aromas of mulberry, blackberry and dark plum indicate the richness to come while savoury and complex notes of charcuterie, cedar, sage and five spice tease the senses. Plush and velvety on the palate, the wine has intense fruit concentration with plum, redcurrant, blackberry and anise flavours, yet an enchantingly elegant and refined structure. Layers of silky tannins reveal the impressive depth of the wine before giving way to an incredibly long finish. Maturation - Matured in 86% French and 14% American (33% new, 67% seasoned) hogsheads for 18 months prior to blending and bottling. Cellaring potential - Exceptional vintage, 30+ years (from vintage). * Over 175 years ago Johann Christian Henschke came from Silesia to settle and farm in the Eden Valley region of the Barossa. By the time third-generation Paul Alfred Henschke took over the reins in 1914, the famous Hill of Grace vines were more than 50 years old. They were planted around the 1860s by an ancestor, Nicolaus Stanitzki, in rich alluvial soil in a shallow fertile valley just north-west of the winery. The red-brown earth grading to deep silty loam has excellent moisture-holding capacity for these dry-grown vines, which sit at an altitude of 400m, with an average rainfall of 520mm. Hill of Grace is a unique, delineated, historic single vineyard that lies opposite a beautiful old Lutheran church which is named after a picturesque region in Silesia called Gnadenberg, meaning Hill of Grace. Cyril Henschke made the first single-vineyard shiraz wine from this vineyard in 1958 from handpicked grapes vinified in traditional open-top fermenters.
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Alcohol 14.5
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Hill of Roses Shiraz
2015 Shiraz Red
Barossa Valley
USD 260.74 / 750 ml
Bright garnet with crimson hues. Captivating aromas of black and red forest fruits; blackberry and mulberry entwine with lifted exotic spice, black pepper, thyme, sage and bay leaf, with hints of fennel and Dutch liquorice. Concentrated and complex flavours of black currant, spicy wild berries and supple red fruits are beautifully balanced with layers of fine, silky tannins and bright acidity, for a deliciously lush and succulent finish.  Maturation - Matured in 55% new and 45% seasoned French hogsheads for 18 months prior to blending and bottling. Cellaring potential - Excellent vintage, 30+ years (from vintage). * This wine is named as a tribute to Johann Gottlieb Rosenzweig, one of the early Barossa Lutheran pioneers who settled at Parrot Hill in the Eden Valley. Their toil, perseverance and conservatism in hardship has meant the many generations that followed have rejoiced in the riches of those efforts. The wine was produced from a small selection of low-yielding, dry-grown shiraz vines from the Hill of Grace vineyard, named the Post Office block, that were 26 years old at the time of picking and therefore considered too young for inclusion into Hill of Grace Shiraz. The quality of the grapes however, continue to warrant a separate bottling and limited release. The Post Office ruins are on the land that was previously Rosenzweig property, the Rosenzweig name translating from German to ‘rose twig’. *
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Alcohol 14.5
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Gumpara Wines - Hexen Shiraz
2015 Shiraz Red
Barossa Valley
USD 204.01 / 750 ml
PRODUCT: Hexen Shiraz VINTAGE: 2015 APPELATION: Barossa Valley HARVEST DATE: 20th of February 2015 BOTTLING DATE: 19th of March 2018 ALCOHOL: 15.5% TA: 6.8 PH: 3.54 VITICULTURE: From a special selected low yielding single vineyard, these own rooted Shiraz vines are grown in rich red clay, pink marble and ironstone on a limestone base. Pruning techniques and trellis systems have been modified to spread the fruit zone evenly, providing a greater balance to each vine. VINIFICATION: Crushed and de-stemmed into open fermenters, with fermentation controlled at 25°C. This developing wine is pumped over each day. Free run is removed from skins and the must is gently pressed via an airbag batch press. Only light pressings were used for this wine. MATURATION: Partial barrel fermented in new French oak and maturated for a further 31 months in new American oak. COMMENTS: Overall, the 2015 Barossa Vintage was outstanding. Favourable climatic conditions and a pre-harvest rainfall event provided optimal vine health carrying the vines through warm to hot days prior to and early harvest. Fruit for this wine is sourced from a single vineyard situated on the north eastern hill slopes of the Barossa Valley. This Shiraz displays deep colour, rich varietal fruits, mocha chocolate, mint and cedar oak, balanced with fine tannins. Drink now or benefit by careful cellaring well into the next decade and beyond. CELLARING : If cellared correctly, this wine has the potential to age gracefully and has a life expectancy that extends well into the next decade and beyond.
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Alcohol 15.5
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