Sons of EdenRemus Old Vine Shiraz 2016Product code: 11504
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Sons of Eden Remus Old Vine Shiraz is a premium wine made from Shiraz grapes grown in the Barossa Valley, one of Australia's most renowned wine regions. These grapes are sourced from some of the oldest vines in the region, with some of the vines dating back to the 19th century. The result is a wine with great complexity, depth, and intensity. The wine is full-bodied with black cherry and plum flavors, and aromas of dark chocolate, spice, and vanilla. The tannins are firm, but well-integrated, creating a smooth and long-lasting finish. Sons of Eden Remus Old Vine Shiraz is a testament to the Barossa Valley's exceptional terroir, ideal for producing world-class wines.
Deep garnet in colour with a complex red-cherry and blackcurrant aroma, underpinned by elements of dried spice and bay-leaf. A concentrated, fleshy and well structured palate, indicative of the moderate yielding 2016 vintage. This wine will cellar well for many years to come.
About the Winery
Sons of Eden’s history started in 2000 when it was established, and at the time, it was deeply involved in high-quality wine crafting. Barossa varieties are from thirty unique vineyards that are handpicked and processed in the small-batch winery with very little intervention. This is what gives the wines such a strong individuality sense.
The sons Simon Cowhan and Corey Rayan have 50 Barossa vintages amassed between them, and their focus remains crafting wines of world-class quality. Eden Australia has received awards and recognitions locally and internationally, which has made them recognised as high-quality winemakers.
Corey Ryan is a winemaker. He is trained as an oenologist and, according to him, a wine tragic. He is passionate about winemaking and has much experience. Simon Cowhan is a viticulturist. He has expertise in vine propagation, and he plays a big role in the sons of Eden. He is passionate about the sons of Eden vineyards from where fruits are sourced. He has had the opportunity to influence the wine styles by understanding the vineyard dynamics, mother nature, and management.
Sons of Eden source their grapes from some of the world’s oldest vines using guarded traditions. There are two sub-regions which are Eden valley and Barossa valley. Barossa valley has cool nights, warm days, and sunshine. Vines in this area help produce some of the best red wines with restrained concentration and finesse.
Eden valley has a cool climate and a high altitude which results in aromatic Rieslings with balanced acidity. The vineyards are unique, and there are consistent differences in the wine qualities and grapes used at sons of Eden. They source them from sites all through Barossa, which makes it possible for them to produce wines that have individual personalities.
Some of the regions are quite difficult to get any returns, and some vineyards yield very low. However, sons of Eden strive to preserve the fruit to give some outstanding quality and some of the best wines in the region.