Barossa Valley

Barossa Valley
Weinregion Barossa Valley:
Barossa Valley ist wohl das bekannteste Weinanbaugebiet in Australien und liegt nördlich von Adelaide. Hier werden ca. 60% aller australischen Weine produziert. Die wichtigsten Rebsorten sind Shiraz, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling und Sauvignon blanc.
Aufgrund des sehr heißen Klimas und der dadurch herrschenden Trockenheit muss man auf künstliche Bewässerung zurückgreifen, wobei meist auf die für die pflanzen schonende Tröpfchenbewässerung gesetzt wird.
Einige große Namen kommen aus dem Barossa Valley, wie Glaetzer, Penfolds, Mitolo und Peter Lehmann.

 
Standish The Relic 2017 Shiraz Viognier
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97 Punkte vom Wine Advocate für den Standish The Relic 2017 Shiraz ViognierJoe Czerwinski am 27. November 2019:

Standish's 2017 The Relic Shiraz-Viognier includes 2% Viognier, just enough to soften the wine's considerable tannins and add a floral element on the nose. Gorgeous scents of brambly blackberries and anise lead into a wine that's full-bodied and plush, long and silky, adding hints of cocoa and espresso on the finish.

After reviewing the stunning 2016s last year, I was excited to try the 2017s and 2018s at Dan Standish's small winery. The 2017 vintage, said Dan, was his biggest ever, yet he bottled the least wine. "With its long, slow, even ripening, it's probably the ideal vintage to show the different [Barossa] subregions," he said. Each of the named wines comes from a specific vineyard in a different part of Barossa. The Relic comes from Krondorf, Schubert Theorem from Marananga, The Standish from Greenock, Lamella from Eden Valley and Andelmonde from Light Pass. Generally, the wines see about 20% new oak (all French), with the proportion of whole clusters varying, depending on the vintage and the vineyard. Also depending on the vintage, Standish bottles all, some or none of the wines, with any barrels that don't make the cut being sold in bulk. After his blockbuster 2016s, the 2017s come across as slightly less complete yet still delicious, while the 2018s—"a typical Barossa vintage," according to Standish—look extremely promising.


Die Standish Weine sind limitiert, wir teilen daher maximal 6 Flaschen je Kunde zu.

noch 23 Fl. verfügbar

 
89,00 EUR
118,67 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand
Standish The Schubert Theorem 2017
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96 Punkte vom Wine Advocate für den Standish The Schubert Theorem 2017Joe Czerwinski am 27. November 2019:

Mulberries and blueberries appear alongside a hint of white pepper on the nose of Standish's 2017 The Schubert Theorem Shiraz, sourced from Marananga. It's full-bodied, firm and structured, loaded with mixed berries and balanced by savory undercurrents of espresso and black olive. It finishes long and mouthwatering yet also dusty and tannic. Give it another 2-3 years in the cellar and drink it over the following decade or so.

After reviewing the stunning 2016s last year, I was excited to try the 2017s and 2018s at Dan Standish's small winery. The 2017 vintage, said Dan, was his biggest ever, yet he bottled the least wine. "With its long, slow, even ripening, it's probably the ideal vintage to show the different [Barossa] subregions," he said. Each of the named wines comes from a specific vineyard in a different part of Barossa. The Relic comes from Krondorf, Schubert Theorem from Marananga, The Standish from Greenock, Lamella from Eden Valley and Andelmonde from Light Pass. Generally, the wines see about 20% new oak (all French), with the proportion of whole clusters varying, depending on the vintage and the vineyard. Also depending on the vintage, Standish bottles all, some or none of the wines, with any barrels that don't make the cut being sold in bulk. After his blockbuster 2016s, the 2017s come across as slightly less complete yet still delicious, while the 2018s—"a typical Barossa vintage," according to Standish—look extremely promising.


Den Standish The Shubert Theorem 2017 können wir Ihnen in der Selection des JG 2017 mit anbieten. -->>








 
89,00 EUR
118,67 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt.
The Standish 2017 Single Vineyard Shiraz Barossa Valley
96



Sourced from the Standish Family Vineyard – Siegersdorf Road, Vine Vale, Barossa Valley. Planted on own roots in 1912 (7.6 Hectares – 12ft x 10ft spacing). Fine white sand over deep heavy red clay at 302m above sea level.

Dense, latent and strapping, this flaunts the flawless purity that can be leached from the famed sandy flints of Vine Vale. Tightly wound with its cards close to the vest, deep-set aromatics of coal, pressed currant and black truffle are foiled by redolent tones of tilled soil, beef broth and slow roasted meats. Dark and brooding with immense concentration, persistence and energy it is somewhat of a heroic style but is gently laced with a long fine cloak of silken tannin. More reticent than its stable mate, it shows wonderful staying power for those with immense patience and cool, dark cellars.
 

Der 2016er ist leider bereits ausverkauft. Er erhielt folgende Bewertung:

96 Parker Punkte für den The Standish 2017 Single Vineyard Shiraz Barossa ValleyJoe Czerwinski am 27. November 2019:

Lifted, herbal notes of mint, thyme and sage appear on the nose of the 2017 The Standish Shiraz. They're followed by waves of raspberries and more raspberries, fleshing out the full-bodied palate and lingering onto the long, silky finish, where they're joined by savory roasted-meat and espresso notes. While almost approachable now, a few years in the cellar surely wouldn't hurt.

After reviewing the stunning 2016s last year, I was excited to try the 2017s and 2018s at Dan Standish's small winery. The 2017 vintage, said Dan, was his biggest ever, yet he bottled the least wine. "With its long, slow, even ripening, it's probably the ideal vintage to show the different [Barossa] subregions," he said. Each of the named wines comes from a specific vineyard in a different part of Barossa. The Relic comes from Krondorf, Schubert Theorem from Marananga, The Standish from Greenock, Lamella from Eden Valley and Andelmonde from Light Pass. Generally, the wines see about 20% new oak (all French), with the proportion of whole clusters varying, depending on the vintage and the vineyard. Also depending on the vintage, Standish bottles all, some or none of the wines, with any barrels that don't make the cut being sold in bulk. After his blockbuster 2016s, the 2017s come across as slightly less complete yet still delicious, while the 2018s—"a typical Barossa vintage," according to Standish—look extremely promising.




Die Standish Weine sind limitiert, wir teilen daher maximal 6 Flaschen je Kunde zu.

noch 23 Fl. verfügbar


 
89,00 EUR
118,67 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand
The Standish Wine Company - The Selection Vintage 2017 by CB Weinahndel
99



Diese Kollektion besteht aus 4 Flaschen:

0,75L | 14.50 Vol% Alk.
The Standish Shiraz 2017
0,75L | 16.00 Vol% Alk. The Relic Shiraz-Viognier 2017
0,75L | 14.50 Vol% Alk. The Schubert Theorem Shiraz 2017
0,75L | 15.5 Vol% Alk. The Lamella Shiraz 2017

Die Standish Weine sind limitiert, wir teilen daher maximal 3 Pakete je Kunde zu.

noch 18 Kollektionen verfügbar


 
325,00 EUR
108,33 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand
The Standish 2017 Lamella Shiraz
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98 Punkte vom Wine Advocate für den The Standish 2017 Lamella ShirazJoe Czerwinski im August 2018:

The star of this year's lineup is the 2017 Lamella Shiraz, sourced from a single dry-grown Eden Valley vineyard in the vicinity of Henscke's Mount Edelstone and Hill of Grace vineyards. It shows a healthy dusting of cracked peppery and dried spices but also layers of red and blue fruit and savory notes of black olives and espresso. Full-bodied and silky but taut, it ideally needs another 2-3 years of cellaring to soften the tannins on the long, dusty finish.

After reviewing the stunning 2016s last year, I was excited to try the 2017s and 2018s at Dan Standish's small winery. The 2017 vintage, said Dan, was his biggest ever, yet he bottled the least wine. "With its long, slow, even ripening, it's probably the ideal vintage to show the different [Barossa] subregions," he said. Each of the named wines comes from a specific vineyard in a different part of Barossa. The Relic comes from Krondorf, Schubert Theorem from Marananga, The Standish from Greenock, Lamella from Eden Valley and Andelmonde from Light Pass. Generally, the wines see about 20% new oak (all French), with the proportion of whole clusters varying, depending on the vintage and the vineyard. Also depending on the vintage, Standish bottles all, some or none of the wines, with any barrels that don't make the cut being sold in bulk. After his blockbuster 2016s, the 2017s come across as slightly less complete yet still delicious, while the 2018s—"a typical Barossa vintage," according to Standish—look extremely promising.



Den Standish The Lamella Shiraz 2017 können wir Ihnen in der Selection des JG 2017 mit anbieten. -->>






 
89,00 EUR
118,67 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt.
Glaetzer Bishop Shiraz 2016 Barossa Valley
92
 

"2016 Bishop..... one of the best I have ever made!"
so schlicht und einfach beschreibt Ben Glaetzer den Bishop Shiraz.



Ben Glaetzer ist der Winemaker für den Bishop 2016, ein Shiraz aus dem Ebenezer District im Barossa Valley.
 


Quelle Vimeo Glaetzer Wines
 

Glaetzer Bishop Shiraz 2016 Barossa ValleyJoe Czerwinski bewertet den Bishop 2016 am 31.08.2018 wie folgt:

Even better than the 2015, Glaetzer's 2016 Bishop Shiraz is very similar in style, with many of the same notes of charred meat, espresso, black olives and blackberries, but with a greater sense of freshness and vitality, even a touch of red raspberry fruit. It's full-bodied and supple, turning velvety on the long finish. I'm being conservative in estimating its drinking window, but I wouldn't be surprised if it were still going strong in 2030.
 
23,95 EUR
31,93 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt.
Glaetzer Bishop Shiraz Barossa Valley 2017
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91 Punkte vom Wine Advocate für den Glaetzer Bishop Shiraz Barossa Valley 2017Verkostungsnotiz von Joe Czerwinski vom 11. Juni 2019:

Like all of the Glaetzer bottlings tasted this year, the fruit comes from the Ebenezer subregion in the northern reaches of the Barossa Valley. The 2017 Bishop Shiraz combines blueberry and boysenberry fruit on the nose, and flavors from the fruit flow easily across the palate, picking up hints of raspberries and baking spices. It's medium to full-bodied, supple and juicy, with a long, mouthwatering finish.


 
23,95 EUR
31,93 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand
Glaetzer Anaperenna 2012 Barossa Valley Magnum
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95 Punkte James Halliday

James Halliday - Published on 26 Jul 2014:
Youthful crimson-purple; a shiraz cabernet blend that has awesome depth, yet is not the least extractive, and carries the burden of its alcohol very well. Satsuma plum and sundry spice-poached black fruits, licorice and oak all join the flavour queue, tannins the finishing line.

93 Parker Punkte
Lisa Perrotti Brown / Feb. 2014:
Glaetzer Anaperenna 2012 Barossa Valley

A blend of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, the deep garnet-purple colored 2012 Anaperenna is profoundly scented of creme de cassis, blueberry compote and black cherry pie with hints of aniseed, pepper, chargrilled meat and underbrush. Big, full-bodied and voluptuous on the palate, the generous blend of blackberry and meaty, savory flavors is structured by a solid backbone of firm, grainy tannins and refreshing acid through the very long finish. Drink it now to 2024+.

Rebsorten: 76 % Shiraz 24% Cabernet Sauvignon

Winemaker Ben Glaetzer 

noch 2 x in der seltenen Magnum erhältlich
159,00 EUR
106,00 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand
Glaetzer Anaperenna 2009 Ben Glaetzer Barossa Valley Magnum
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94 Parker Punkte

23. DEZ. 2010 Lisa Perrotti-Brown

Blended of 76% Shiraz and 24% Cabernet Sauvignon, the 2009 Anaperenna Shiraz Cabernet presents a very deep purple-black color
and pronounced aromas of black cherries and blackberries with an undercurrent of coffee, aniseed, damp loam, chocolate,
cloves and menthol plus a hint of cedar. Very crisp, full and rich on the palate, it has firm very finely grained tannins,
commendable concentration and a long bramble fruit finish.
Drink it now to 2022+ Rebsorten: 76 % Shiraz 24% Cabernet Sauvignon

Winemaker Ben Glaetzer
159,00 EUR
106,00 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand
Glaetzer Anaperenna 2010 Barossa Valley Magnum
93+


93+ Parker Punkte
Lisa Perrotti Brown / Feb. 2014:
Glaetzer Anaperenna 2010 Barossa Valley

A Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon blend, the 2010 Anaperenna has a deep purple-black color and aromas of warm black cherry compote and creme de cassis over hints of smoked meat, earth, Indian spices, truffles and damp loam. Rich and opulent on the full bodied palate, the generous fruit is well supported by a medium to firm level of fine tannins and refreshing acid, finishing long and earthy. Still youthful and a little taut, it should drink best 2014 to 2022+.


Winemaker Ben Glaetzer 
159,00 EUR
106,00 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand
Teusner The Independent 2016 Shiraz Mataro Barossa Valley
Weinbeschreibung:

Der Teusner The Indipendent 2016 Shiraz Mataro Barossa Valley ist unglaublich konzentriert, dennoch voller Finesse. Schon im Glas zeigt sich ein tiefes Purpurrot, die Nase verführt mit Aromen von schwarzen Früchten wie reifer Brombeere, Cassis und schwarzer Kirsche, gepaart mit Primäraromen von etwas Rosmarin und Lakritz. Im Mund zeigt der Teusner The Independent 2016 Shiraz Mataro Barossa Valley seine elegante Seite. Die filigrane Struktur und das noch kernige Tannin tragen die opulente Frucht und machen ihn zu einem herrlich komplexen Wein.

Fakten drumherum:

Das Weingut Teusner im Barossa Valley, konzentriert sich auf die Produktion von Premiumweinen.
Seine Vorliebe für die alten Rebsorten der Rhone Mouvedre ( Mataro ), Grenache, Shiraz ( Syrah ) stehen ganz klar im Vordergrund bei der Auswahl der Rebflächen aus dem nördlichen Teil des Barossa Valley dem Ebenezer Bereich, auf diese Rebflächen greifen auch sehr bekannte Winzer wie z.B. Ben Glaetzer zu.
16,60 EUR
22,13 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand
Teusner The Dog Strangler 2013 Barossa Valley


Das Weingut Teusner im Barossa Valley, konzentriert sich auf die Produktion von Premiumweinen.
Seine Vorliebe für die alten Rebsorten der Rhone Mouvedre ( Mataro ), Grenache, Shiraz ( Syrah ) stehen ganz klar im Vordergrund bei der Auswahl der Rebflächen aus dem nördlichen Teil des Barossa Valley dem Ebenezer Bereich, auf diese Rebflächen greifen auch sehr bekannte Winzer wie z.B. Ben Glaetzer zu.

Die Weine besitzten eine grosse Dichte, behalten aber zu jeder Zeit die nötige Finesse !!!



 
19,90 EUR
26,53 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt.
Teusner Joshua 2017 Barossa Valley


Der Teusner Joshua 2017 Barossa Valley stimmt vom gleichnamigen Weingut Teusner im Barossa Valley, das sich auf die Produktion von Premiumweinen konzetriert. Die Vorliebe für die alten Rebsorten der Rhone Mouvedre ( Mataro ), Grenache und Shiraz ( Syrah ) stehen ganz klar im Vordergrund bei der Auswahl der Rebflächen aus dem nördlichen Teil des Barossa Valley, dem Ebenezer Bereich. Auf diese Rebflächen greifen auch sehr bekannte Winzer wie zum Beispiel Ben Glaetzer zu. Die Weine besitzten eine grosse Dichte, behalten aber zu jeder Zeit die nötige Finesse, ganz im Stile des Barossa.


 
18,90 EUR
25,20 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand
Two Hands Windmill Block 2017 Shiraz Barossa Valley
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95 Puntke vom Wine Advocate für den Two Hands Windmill Block 2017 Shiraz Barossa ValleyJeo Cuerwinski beschreibt den am 11 Juni 2019 im Wineadvocate wie folgt:

Rich and earthy, the blackberry-scented 2017 Windmill Block Single Vineyard Stonewell Shiraz is a full-bodied, full-throttle example of Barossa Shiraz. Open-knit and velvety on the palate, it's a dark-fruited wonder that drinks well already, yet it should age well for 10-15 years.

 
 
 

 

 Quelle: Two Hands Wines
69,00 EUR
92,00 EUR pro Liter
inkl. 19% MwSt. zzgl. Versand
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