About The Wine
Marschall is a brilliant little Shiraz, sourced from the sub-regions of Ebenezer and Tanunda where David Marschall (the namesake of this wine) planted his vineyards at the time the Barossa was still finding its feet.
There is no denying it, Corey Ryan and Simon Cowham know how to handle Barossa fruit, and the Marschall is a very slick example of their winemaking nous and prowess in full swing. In terms of top value Shiraz from this part of the world, this wine has a great track record.
The 2017 vintage is a little more elegant than its predecessors, perhaps, but by no means a light-weight. The balance managed by Corey Ryan is absolutely on point in this release.
A delicious bargain!
About Sons of Eden
Sons of Eden offer some of the best value to be found in the Barossa Valley today.
With the combination of Simon Cowham's viticultural experience and Corey Ryan's winemaking nous, they are one of the most formidable teams in the region.
The boys have successfully grown their brand with a suite of full-flavoured but well-proportioned Barossa and Eden Valley wines - predominantly reds - that have gained impressive critical acclaim.
With a suite of exceptional old-vine resources at their disposal, their wines are simultaneously approachable and cellar-worthy.
These are red-blooded Barossa Valley and Eden Valley wines which over-deliver year in, year out.