A complex brooding expression of Eden Valley Syrah.
Eden Valley is the perfect backdrop for us to further push our vinous boundaries.
At a higher elevation than the Barossa Valley below, we embrace the funk to make even more diverse expressions of Syrah that speak of their unique sites.
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With this Eden Valley project we are looking for the ultimate expressions of three cooler climate sites and working hard to find them, utilising all of our experience
Syrah from a single vineyard in Moculta.
May/June 2019, WBM Magazine, Mike Bennie, 93 points
High toned perfume shows dark berry, plum jam and clove-cedary spice aromas.
Concentrated flavours, choc-berry, mocha, liquorice and clove-cinnamon woody spice flavours. Has some heft and punch in flavour, good length but finishes with a cedary chomp that drives fruit away. Feels pent up and like it needs time, which is a good thing.
Halliday Wine Companion 2018, James Halliday, page 266. 95 Points
The Moculta and Craneford wines are made identically: 16 months in 100% new French oak puncheons, both appealing for different reasons: this more savoury and spicy with a core of dark plums and cherries covered in licorice root, richly fruited but not over ripe. Full-bodied, plush tannins, a persistent finish with the oak integrated.