Shadrach Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
Powerful, yet elegantly refined. Shadrach 2009 is a masterpiece that appears to have been painted in crème de cassis, minty eucalyptus, blackberries, dark chocolate, vanilla pods, freshly roasted coffee and fruitcake. This flagship Cabernet Sauvignon is crafted from fruit picked in Corryton Park vineyard, high in Eden Valley, and fruit from the Barossa Valley floor, before being matured in French oak for 18 months. It’s a rare treat to stumble across a bottle with a decade under its belt like this.
Meshach Burge was Grant Burge’s great grandfather. He came to Australia from Wiltshire in England at the age of 11, and eventually made the family’s first wines. In his honour, Grant Burge created the wines Shadrach (Cabernet Sauvignon), Meshach (Shiraz) and Abednego (GSM), named after three pilgrims from the Bible who were thrown into a fiery furnace by King Nebuchadnezzar II. Well, it is hot in Australia.
Located in the very beating heart of South Australia’s Barossa Valley, Grant Burge was established in 1988 and has rapidly risen to become a five-star winery according to James Halliday’s Wine Companion. In fact, it has been awarded that elite status for eleven consecutive years. With access to some of the oldest vines in the area, Grant Burge is classic Barossa.
£8 per 100.00ml
SKU No.: 3433030
Style No.: 825928
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