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Torbreck's Aussie Classics
Torbreck champions the old-vine treasures of the Barossa and produces some of its most iconic cuvees. If you are in search of the bold, sumptuously flavoured wines that South Australia is famous for, look no further.
Torbreck The Descendant Shiraz Viognier 2018
barossa valley, australia
What a lush, charming, wonderfully drinkable wine. The 2018 Descendant, made by fermenting Shiraz on Viognier skins, is a terrific effort, starting from its intriguing spicy, peppery aromas. Those notes are seamlessly intertwined with impressively ripe fruit scents evocative of blueberries and cherries, while the full-bodied palate is plush, creamy and supple without being unstructured or overblown. Softly dusty tannins ground the finish, lending a sense of savory balance to this beauty. Descendent is one of my favorite Torbreck bottlings year after year, and this may be the best one yet. Drink 2021-2035, 98 Points. Joe Czerwinski, The Wine Advocate
92/8% shiraz/viognier. From a single vineyard in Marananga, planted 1994. Co-fermented, then matured 20 months in seasoned French oak barriques. Torbreck's baby RunRig shows the full presence of viognier in 2018, lending subtle tropical and apricot nuances and a fragrant lift to the power and depth of shiraz. The density and concentration of the warm, dry 2018 season are well captured in impressive, compact black fruits and licorice. Dark chocolate and coffee-bean oak holds a long finish on rails of firm, enduring tannins. Drink by 2038, 94 Points – Tyson Stelzer for James Halliday’s Wine Companion