The Barossa & Eden Valleys Shiraz epitomises the philosophy of Powell & Son: to marry the strengths of the Barossa and Eden Valleys together. It has a dark, brooding character to add further complexity to the baked cherries, raspberry preserves and warm plum aroma . The palate is dense and deep with ripe black fruits of plum, blackberry compote.
Powell & Son Barossa & Eden Valley Shiraz 2017
Barossa power with Eden elegance. Such a well structured Shiraz.
Grape Variety – Shiraz;
Region – Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia
Vintage – 2017;
Winery – Powell & Son;
Profile – full bodied, spiced, concentrated
Powell & Son
Powell & Son is a relatively new wine brand and is the brain child of a man with an incredible reputation – Dave Powell. Over the years Dave has worked at iconic wineries such as Rockford in the heart of the Barossa. Dave’s passion lay in the vineyards where he procured fruit in lieu of payment in the early days. Subsequently, Dave was able to establish Torbreck. It soon became a cult winery from the Barossa Valley, especially in international circles.
Dave Powell has now partnered with his son Callum on this new venture. Powell & Son are now crafting exceptional wines from premium vineyards in the Barossa and Eden Valley. They employ traditional, minimalist wine making techniques. The inspiration for this style of wine making has its roots in France’s Rhone Valley. Powell & Son red wines are made from the classic Rhone varietals: Shiraz, Grenache and Mataro and its whites: Roussanne, Marsanne as well as Eden Valley Riesling. Great wine begin in the vineyard is the philosophy that Powell & Son has been built on. The wines all speak of the place where grown. Powell & Son Barossa & Eden Valley Shiraz is no exception.
Over the years, Dave Powell has created wines of such quality as to earn him the perfect score of 100 points from Wine Advocate. International wine critics have also provided high acclaim for these wines . Powell & Son Barossa & Eden Valley Shiraz is one such wine.
Accolades & Awards
95 points – Wine Advocate