About This Wine
From the northern-end of the Barossa, this Shiraz comes from a 70 y/o block of vines in Adrian Hoffmann’s famed Ebenezer vineyard.
Deep and intensely coloured as we’ve come to expect from Barossa Shiraz. The wine is full of savoury fruit with ripe berries on top of spicy oak characters. Long and well balanced, it’s a wine for both youthful drinking, and cellar rest.
Small-batch focused, with a singular identity, this is a wine that speaks to the purists.
Shiraz, the whole Shiraz, and nothing but Shiraz.
Eisenstone have made it quite clear that they have only one focus, and that is showcasing the breadth and depth of sub-regionality in the Barossa, for its flagship varietal, you guessed it… Shiraz.
Winemaker and founder Stephen Cook sources fruit with the aim to produce wines of depth with exceptional ageing potential.
Small-batch focused, no more that 800 bottles are produced for each individual cuvee.