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View details EandE Sparkling Shiraz 2005
$ 59.99 EandE Sparkling Shiraz 2005
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Shiraz / Barossa Valley / SouthAustralia
Each year a small parcel of E&E Black Pepper Shiraz is set aside for secondary fermentation and maturation on yeast lees. E&E have won much adulation for their Shiraz, claiming conspicuous trophies at the prestigious London International.
View details EandE Black Pepper Shiraz 2006
$ 89.99 EandE Black Pepper Shiraz 2006
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Shiraz / Barossa / SouthAustralia
Outstanding Langtons Classification. From vines averaging sixty years of age, a monopole that has gone from strength to strength, ever since the qabal of distinguished Barossa growers resolved to establish their own label. Previous vintages have won numerous awards and medals on the wine show circuits in Australia and overseas, reiterating E&E's legendary status with the large number of international devotees. At every stage of vinification there is uncompromising attention to detail.
View details BVE Entourage Cabernet Merlot 2009
$ 12.99 BVE Entourage Cabernet Merlot 2009
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CabernetSauv Merlot / Barossa / SouthAustralia
Entourage is both adherent and partisan, an outspoken proponent, cast in the mould of the great Barossa Valley Estate's flagship E&E wines. The experience from generations of viticulture and a succession of internationally acclaimed vintages all play a role in the genesis of Entourage. Parcels of Barossa grown Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon are fashioned into a generously flavoured, forward drinking red wine with polished fruit and velvet tannins, realizing fully the vision of the growers, makers and entourage of devotees who contribute to the experience.
View details Barossa Valley Estate Entourage Shiraz 2010
$ 12.00 Barossa Valley Estate Entourage Shiraz 2010
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Shiraz / Barossa / SouthAustralia
A wonderful Shiraz of depth and concentration, offering elegance and finesse, crafted by the region's most accomplished winemakers at Marananga's Barossa Valley Estate. Entourage is a tribute to the rich cultural and viticultural traditions of the Barossa. Third and fourth generation growers are devoted to their plantings of Shiraz and nurture the vines to produce the finest fruit Barossa has on offer. A long standing association, commitment and understanding of the soil, really does mean that Entourage expresses the heart and soul of Barossa.
View details Barossa Valley Estate Ebenezer Shiraz 2008
$ 36.99 Barossa Valley Estate Ebenezer Shiraz 2008
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Shiraz / Barossa / SouthAustralia
The picturesque village of Ebenezer, at the northern reaches of Barossa Valley, was established circa 1851. The first vineyards were planted with rootstock at time of settlement and have been painstakingly nurtured ever since. Today, Ebenezer is one of Australia's most eminent appellations. Dry grown grapes, stylish oak treatment, pliant tannins and finely woven flavours are pivotal to the personality of Ebenezer. Parcels which only just miss out on the internationally renowned E&E Shiraz are set aside for this very wine, attesting to the quality of fruit within.
View details Barossa Valley Estate Ebenezer Cabernet 2010
$ 36.99 Barossa Valley Estate Ebenezer Cabernet 2010
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CabernetSauv / Barossa Valley / SouthAustralia
A regal Cabernet wine, full bodied and intense with powerful varietal fruit and distinctive regionality. The dry grown old vines at Ebenezer are Appellation Superieur, a principal source of fruit for the premium John Duval, Henschke and Glaetzer labels. Soft and approachable now, a true expression of the richness and splendour of old Barossa vines, Ebenezer will continue to evolve gracefully, a Cabernet Sauvignon of great elegance and poise, quality is assured.
Barossa Valley Estate was established in 1985 by a group of independent growers who saw an opportunity to add value to their harvest.

The Winery was initially established as a co-operative with the objective of making and marketing premium bottled wine. The Barossa Valley Estate grape growers and the winemaker have a very close relationship due to this structure and the synergy that has developed is evident in the richness and depth of flavours in the wine.

 Barossa Valley Estate

Since its inception, Barossa Valley Estate has gone from strength to strength. Today the portfolio of wines comprises E&E, Ebenezer and Moculta. Each of these ranges is unique and made to a particular style.

The Ebenezer range showcases the range classic Barossa styles, with Shiraz, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon blend forming the range. The Moculta range is designed as a more approachable wine upon release. These wines are full flavoured, fruit driven wines in the classic Barossa style.

The E&E Black Pepper Shiraz is the quintessential Barossa Shiraz - powerful and intense with rich fruit and firm tannins, a wine that matures and develops in the bottle for well over a decade

The Barossa Valley is located about one hour's drive north of South Australia's capital Adelaide. It lies on a north-south plain from 180 to 290 metres altitude, in three sections - north and south of Tanunda Creek and from Lyndoch to the hills - each possessing different micro-climates and soil characteristics.

 Barossa Valley Estate

The different sections enable the Valley to produce a full range of wine types and styles. The soils in the Valley are "red brown earths with sandy, loamy or clay topsoils, sand over clay and deep sand and in the hills grey brown loam over clay, on rock". Mild, wet winters and hot dry summers coupled with an average rainfall ranging from 500mm to 750mm help make the Barossa an ideal grape growing region.

The first commercial vineyards were planted in the mid 1840s by August Fielder, the Aldenhoven brothers and Johann Gramp, most likely for the production of a sweet port style. Winemaker Carl Sobels, who had 30 years experience in Europe, was one of the most influential early winemakers in the Barossa, producing some of the first wines for export. In the 1850s he was advocating the production of light table wines rather than sweet fortified wines.

Barossa Valley Estate really does have the "Pick of Barossa", with fruit supplied from most sections of the Valley by about 80 loyal growers

Towards the end of the century the Barossa grapegrowing and winemaking industry was boosted by interstate factors - border excise, the gold rush and phylloxera. The pioneering of cold fermentation techniques by a local winemaker in 1953 led to great advances in table wine and quality sparkling wine production.

Today about 500 growers, some now sixth generation Barossa, produce an average of 55,000 tonnes of grapes each vintage; from approximately 7,000 hectares of vineyard. This breadth of selection gives Barossa Valley Estate a unique advantage in that the winery can produce a wide selection of premium varieties which are 100 per cent Barossa.

While all varieties exhibit differences in character between floor and hill grown, there are even more subtle differences within each region. In general, wines of the Valley floor are soft and well rounded, full in varietal flavour and often ideal for late picked styles. The hills produce more subtle, more complex flavours, better for ageing.

Barossa Valley Estate

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