This Sister's Run Epiphany Shiraz is grown by Tony Parkinson at his famous McLaren Vale vineyard. These tough Shiraz vines produce rich flavours in their berries as they strive to 'populate or perish'. Only 9,849 dozen produced.
The balance between richness and tannin, between power and an underlying acid tension and edge, make this red wine almost too drinkable. You could serve this with as much ease alongside an eggplant laksa or a barbecued piece of peppered chicken. Don't be afraid to cellar some of this wine too. There's reward ahead.
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- Critics International Wine Challenge (USA) 2019 – Gold Medal, 92 Points
- Women's Wine & Spirits Awards (UK) 2020 - Gold Medal
- China Wine & Spirits Awards 2019 – Gold Medal
- Winemakers Challenge International Wine show 2020 - Gold Medal, 93 Points
- The Real Review, Aaron Brasher - 92 Points, Top Value Rating
Youthfully purple and bright in the glass. The aromas are dark, layered and complex: dried herbs, dark fruits, spice and anise. The palate is all dark cherry and raspberry, there's a cranberry like acidity crunch as well as some briary fruit and a woodsy element, the charry oak supports the fruit nicely. The flavours are bright and vibrant and the tannins are firm and generous and shape the wine.
- Sommelier International Wine & Spirits Competition 2020 - Gold Medal, 90 Points
- San Diego International Wine & Spirits Challenge 2020 – Silver Medal