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Sons Of Eden

Sons Of Eden Remus Shiraz 2020 (Eden Valley)

Sons Of Eden Remus Shiraz 2020 (Eden Valley)

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Deep garnet in colour with an alluring complexity of blackberry and red-cherry fruit aromas, the  Sons Of Eden Remus Shiraz 2020 has nuances of forest-herbs and spice. The palate is equally interesting with balanced richness and concentration, finishing with a fresh and focused vibrancy.

Wine Specifications

Variety: Shiraz

Size: 750mL

Region: Barossa Valley

ABV: 14.5%

Vintage: 2020

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Winery & Vintage Info

Hand harvested, de-stemmed and crushed into small 1.5 tonne open-top fermenters. Selected fermenters had up to 15% whole-bunch clusters added to the de-stemmed berries. A pre-fermentation cold soak ensured a slow initiation to fermentation, where temperatures were allowed to peak at 27˚C before being cooled to 20˚C for the remainder of the fermentation. Hand plunged daily allowed for a gentle extraction and helped to prolong the fermentation. After an extended period on skins the ferments were pressed to 60% new French oak hogsheads. Matured and not racked throughout the 18-month oak-maturation period provided for palate weight and texture. Prior to bottling, the wine was naturally clarified and bottled without filtration.

To qualify for the Remus blend the vineyards need to over 50 years of age and managed sustainably.

A story that has intrigued us for years is the fable of the legendary founders of Ancient Rome, Romulus and Remus. These twins were abandoned at birth and reared by a she-wolf. Romulus murdered his twin in a fit of rage over the naming of Rome, the city which both had built. Legend presents Romulus as the stronger, more powerful of the brothers, while Remus was more refined, focussed and elegant. We believe the twins’ characterise the distinctive and unique flavours and attributes of Shiraz from the twin valleys – the Barossa Valley and Eden Valley.

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