Ben Glaetzer Wallace Barossa Vally 2014
Ben Glaetzer was literally born as a winemaker. His father is Colin Glaetzer, Barossa Valley's "grand old man". When Ben's playmates handed out newspapers or mowed the lawn to get their pocket money, the young Glaetzer went to hand over his father's vineyard. At the age of 14, he could actually work as a full-fledged winemaker, although according to the Australian authorities, he was not allowed to taste the wine until he turned 18 (which of course he followed ...).
Wallace is made from 80% Shiraz and 20% Grenache from the exclusive Ebenezer district of the Barossa Valley. The wine is aged for 14 months in French and American oak barrels. The scent is complex composed of intense berries, orange peel, vanilla and minerals. The taste is juicy and cash with great fullness, and results in a long, warm finish. A wine that both provides great immediate enjoyment, but which also encourages immersion. A distinguished companion to dishes with beef, lamb, strong poultry or game.
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