Winery notes (2020 Vintage)
"Calabria Three Bridges Shiraz Barossa Valley fruit is sourced from a combination of company owned and growers vineyards, with a vine age of 50 years. Vineyards range from Nuriootpa through to Stockwell and Vine Vale within the Barossa Valley. Company vineyards are all hand pruned, creating a wine with fine grained tannins, backed by an elegant flavour profile.
Abundant in flavour, this rich, warm palate is packed with ripe plums and black fruits, intertwined with spicy french oak tannins, providing length and powerful structure. Enjoy now or cellar for up to 7 years."
Reviews for the 2019 vintage below…
Ned Goodwin MW, James Halliday's Wine Companion, August 2021 (2019 Vintage)
"Another Barossan wine of this tier that is deft on its feet. Fresher and more transparent than the regional norm. For the better. The tannins, gentle, attesting to the large portion of whole berries in the ferment. The oak, high-class French. Nicely worked. Sweet cherry, Ribena, violet and clove. Some mocha oak tucks in the seams. A bit sweet. A bit tangy."
Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front, May 2021 (2019 Vintage)
"Sweet ripe fruit, good energy, slips of vanilla and toast but it mostly tastes of red liquorice, blackberry, coal and dark chocolate. I like the freshness here, the straightforward drinkability, the unabashed sweetness of Barossa shiraz fruit."