Glaetzer Wallace takes on the traditional Barossa Valley blend of Shiraz and
Grenache in a modern way. The Shiraz brings backbone, flesh and body to the
wine with the Grenache adding a soft, vibrant juiciness.
Colour: Dark, vibrant red.
Aroma: Bright red fruits, masses of cherry and a hint of strawberry freshness.
Palate: Flavours of plum, cherry and cranberry. Soft, supple tannins from the
Grenache provide freshness and the Shiraz gives both weight and length.
Peak Drinking: A wine to enjoy in its youth that will also develop additional
complexity over 6 to 8 years of cellaring.
Winemaker Ben Glaetzer sources all fruit from the northern sub-region of the Barossa, Ebenezer, which is known for its ancient dry-grown vineyards, from 80 to 110-year-old, non-grafted bush vines. -Drinks Business Feb 2019