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Kaesler Reach For The Sky Shiraz 2021 (Barossa Valley)

Kaesler Reach For The Sky Shiraz 2021 (Barossa Valley)

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The 2021 Kaesler Reach For The Sky Shiraz is dark purple in colour with a vibrant edge. With a bouquet of vibrant blueberry, blackberry and plum with layers of mocha, spice, and a hint of oak. Full bodied, delicious and inviting.

Wine Specifications

Variety: Shiraz

Size: 750mL

Region: Barossa Valley

ABV: 14.5%

Vintage: 2021

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Winery & Vintage Info

The first owners of the Kaesler vineyards were Silesian pioneers who came to the Barossa Valley in the 1840s and took up 96 acres in 1891. By 1893 they had planted the entire acreage with Shiraz, Grenache, Mataro (Mourvedre) and White Hermitage vines. Some of the gnarled dry-grown Shiraz still remains and provides the backbone of the intense wines we produce.

The Kaesler vineyards were owned and operated by the Kaesler family from 1893 to 1986. In 1999, winemaker Reid Bosward seized the opportunity to become the head of the new Kaesler family when he and his partners bought Kaesler, becoming the third owners of this property. At this time, the Kaesler vineyards consisted of over 70% red wine vines, all 40 years of age or more.

The 2021 vintage was in a word ‚ÄėBrilliant‚Äô. Barossa saw cool and dry conditions which has produced excellent quality reds and whites. Great growing conditions combined with good yields created a memorable harvest, with all wines showing a wide array of aromas and flavours. Soft supple tannins are in abundance in the reds which has ensured easy drinking in their youth, with careful cellaring also reaping rewards. The highlight for 2021 was the overall quality, a genuine 10/10 season.

Carefully hand-picked, the grapes then spent 7 days on skins during the fermentation process with pump overs taking place twice a day. The wine was then pressed to tank and left to rest for a couple of days before being placed into French oak barrels of which 25% was new. This wine is great to drink now, but will age gracefully for 7 to 10 years. Winery Notes

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