Canberra District Syrah 2019


Tasting Notes

Brand Even Keel
Region Canberra District
Year 19
Vineyard Fisher and Mc Kenzie
Wine Making The fruit is handpicked and fermented using wild yeast. It is plunged twice/day, pressed off skins after 20 days and matured predominately in seasoned oak. The wine is then bottled without fining or filtration.
Tasting Notes Classy and complex with a friendly nose of blueberries, violets, mushrooms, green peppercorns and herbs. Focused ethereal palate, velvety tannins and underlying acid.
Review Syrah from the Canberra District. Yes. This is very good. They’ve nailed this one. Excellent fruit intensity, rounds of spice, fine-grained-and-integrated-tanning and juicy, convincing length. Fruit-driven and polished but with lots of savoury, woodsy spice. Peppercorn notes too. It’s pretty much spot on.  93 Points Campbell Mattinson

What’s not to love about the medium-bodied Syrah deliciousness coming out of Canberra? Black pepper and charred steak aromas hook you in. Some earthy and tilled soil aromas chip in too. Raspberries and dark cherries fold over one another through the mouth building momentum. Medium bodied, it’s not hard to gravitate to its appeal. Raspy tannins seal the deal and urge another sip. Qwines– 92 Points


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Case size

Case of 12