Sons of Eden Kennedy GSM 6pk 2018

Sons of Eden Kennedy GSM 6pk 2018

Sons of Eden Kennedy GSM 6pk 2018
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Winery Details

    Winemaker Corey Ryan and Viticulturist Simon Cowham are the ‘Sons of Eden’, who both learned and honed their skills in the Barossa Valley. The team focusses on varieties that the Barossa produces to the highest standards, such as Shiraz, Grenache and Mourvedre from the Barossa Valley as well as Riesling from the Eden Valley. Sons of Eden wines are crafted using carefully managed and selected fruit as well as a mixture of traditional and modern winemaking techniques. The wines are paying tribute to the pioneers, characters and rich traditions of the Barossa region.

Press Review

    Sons of Eden Kennedy GSM 2018
    A 46/36/18% blend from vines aged between 20-100+yo picked between 9 Mar and 12 Apr, the vinification methods equally diverse. The result is a rich, smooth, self-contained blend with rich red berry/red flesh wine.
    Rating: 94 Points, Special value
    Source: James Halliday Wine Companion 2021

    Sons of Eden Kennedy GSM 2018

    Dense crimson-red colour, seems heavy in the glass. There's graphite and iodine, intense red and black berries, some alcohol heat too. Young. Entirely different when sipped - ripe, rich, and instantly accessible. Fruit purity a standout feature. Needs a little more time to sing in its best voice.

    Rating: 94 PointsSource: Nick Butler, The Real Review

    Sons of Eden Kennedy GSM 2018
    The entry point into the Sons of Eden range is the 2018 Kennedy Grenache-Shiraz-Mourvèdre, which blends 46% Grenache, 36% Shiraz and 18% Mourvèdre. Loaded with black cherries, but balanced by black olives and hints of roasted meat and mocha, it's a ripe, supple, full-bodied red that should drink well for at least 5-6 years—and is very fairly priced for the quality.
    Rating: 92 Points
    Source: 2020 Robert Parker Wine Advocate Reviews

    Sons of Eden Kennedy 2018
    Cherry and plum, a fair bit of five spice, and a sage leaf  and dried rose perfume. It’s medium-bodied, dark and spicy, with a little bit of dried strawberry and cocoa, supple tannin, even acidity, and a more saline dried beef character on pretty long and clove spiced finish.
    Rating: 91 Points
    Source: Gary Walsh – The Winefront