OMNIA NOVA* (All Become New) - Barossa Shiraz... reinvented. Handcrafted with a focus on fruit purity combined with delicacy of structure; courtesy of 6 months in seasoned French oak puncheons. It's crunchy, bunchy and vibrant... there's an unbridled energy about this wine. It's breezy aromatics entice, leading into a juicy, pillowy palate of fresh cranberries, lush blueberries and restrained jubey red fruits - channel your inner Violet Beauregade and watch your tongue turn purple!Made for warm nights as the sun sets, alongside anything roasted, smoked or barbecued. If medium bodied, expressive, youthful red wines are your thing... you're going to want to get this in your glass pronto!!
Old Vine Syrah Nouveau | 2021 Barossa (Eden Valley + Barossa Valley) | 15% whole bunch Noack Vineyard, Springton | Rohrlach Vineyard, Dorrien | Matured 6 months in seasoned French oak hogsheads | Unfined | Unfiltered | Vegan Friendly | 558 Dozen
Winemakers: Daniel Chaffey Hartwig, Theo Engela + Huon Fechner Varietal: Shiraz Alc/Vol: 13.7% pH: 3.2 Acidity: 5.1 Bottle size: 750ml
92pts "Omnia Nova – all become new – is old vine Barossa shiraz made in a ‘nouveau’ style. It spends a brief stint in oak before promptly going into bottle and into the world. It has that ‘just made’ feel to it. It’s like tasting direct from a barrel/tank at a winery; it has that uber freshness, that ribald fruitiness, that blinding immediacy. It’s a wonderful impression for a wine to make. Plums, cloves, mints and assorted sweet spice characters make for a high energy, highly delicious red wine. Yes please. It’s a great drink. ‘Nuff said." - Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front
91pts "Super clean and bright fruit. Polished and clean. Green peppercorns and green olives with molten chocolate, gunflint, cherry, cranberry, rose petals, velvet and a little burnt orange zest. Lithe, crunchy, bright fruit forward fun. Irresistible and juicy. Dark edged, slick texture with the right amount fruit tannin grip and a little waxy phenolics. Summertime red, maybe even a chill." - Regan Drew, vinonotebook.com