Source: jamessuckling.com. Issue Date: Sunday, December 11, 2022 (JS-90)
Tons of plums, black cherries and blackberries fill out this generous and quite firmly tannic Barossa Valley shiraz. Some may find the self-confidently dry tannins a bit much at the finish, but they easily dominate the sweetness and keep this bold wine on track. Good length. Screw cap.
BELLA’S GARDEN is blended from our finest barrels of Barossa Valley Shiraz
A blend of our finest Shiraz barrels from across the Barossa Valley region. This is a sumptuous wine, defined by its aromatic complexity and finesse. Predominately grown in the Red/Brown earth of the Barossa?s western ranges, the soil profile creates masculine tannins and richness through the palate. Lower yield limiting soils provide a large fruit concentration. This label?s colour reflects the red soils of the Barossa?s western ranges where all the best Two Hands vineyards are located.
Sub-regions: Ebenezer, Gomersal, Greenock, Kalimna, Marananga, Moppa Hills, Seppeltsfield, Stockwell, Stonewell.
Vine age: 16-40 years Altitude 200-320m
Average Rainfall: 450-500mm
Soil Type: Predominantly rich red/brown clay.
Volume (ml) 750ml
Region Barossa Valley
Alcohol (% vol.) 14.2%