Sons of Eden Remus Shiraz 6pk 2018

Sons of Eden Remus Shiraz 6pk 2018

Sons of Eden Remus Shiraz 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

    GOLD MEDAL | 2021 Winewise Small Vigneron Award


    Sons of Eden Remus Shiraz 2018
    Screwcap closure, though the bottle image shows cork. It’s fair to say that Eden Valley Shiraz is not really my thing, though we judge on quality, not personal taste. Though, of course, personal taste does come in to play somewhat, especially around things like oak usage and ripeness.
    Fragrant, classic Eden Valley sage and truffle, a little tinned corn, creamy spicy oak, rich blue and black fruit. It’s supple and mouth-filling, with smooth fine-grained tannin, blueberry, raspberry and plum, coffee cream oak, and a sweet spiced and savoury finish of excellent length. Luxurious and thoroughly regional.
    Rated : 94 Points
    Source: Gary Walsh, The Winefront



    Sons of Eden Remus Shiraz 2018

    From 50–80+yo vines in Flaxman Valley, Moculta and Craneford. Up to 20% whole bunches; matured 18 months in 50% new French oak hogsheads; unfiltered. The twin brother of Romulus, Remus epitomises the contrasting mood of the Eden Valley. At once deep and dense, it juxtaposes the tang of vibrant acidity and the exotic spice of cool heights, spurred on by a touch of whole bunches. It concludes long, driven by fine-ground tannins, though that acidity renders it sour.

    Rating: 91 Points

    Source: Tyson Stelzer, Halliday Wine Companion 2022