Elderton Command Shiraz

Elderton Command Shiraz 2014

Barossa Valley, South Australia   |    750ml   |    14.5%

Elderton Command Shiraz has established a reputation as one of Australia's finest examples of Shiraz, and its legendary status is seemingly enhanced with each release. The newly released 2014 vintage of Elderton Command is another superb example of this iconic Barossa Shiraz. There's always plenty of interest in this wine and fans of Command will find lots to love in this one.

"97 Points. Hewn of 1894 ancient vine oomph and tannin management of aplomb, this is power corseted by a filmy, gossamer texture and sheer, strident vinosity. Put it this way, the wine could come from nowhere else, yet the overall impression is one of Elderton's newfound restraint. Oodles of dark fruit, anise, tar, camphor and a Cadbury milk chocolate creaminess coat the palate. There is a barrel ferment smokiness, too. The extraction levels are a point; the use of French and American oak sensitive. All is in a harmony and perfectly suited to the style. Drink By: 2040 Price: $130.00 Date Tasted: 02 Jan 2017 Alcohol: 14.5%" - Ned Goodwin, winecompanion.com.au.

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Elderton Wines is a small, family-owned winery, situated in the heart of Australia’s Barossa Valley. Elderton shot to world acclaim after producing some of Australia’s most highly regarded Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon wines. The second generation of the Ashmead family, brothers Cameron and Allister now run the winery day-to-day and are passionate about producing wines that are balanced, varietally correct and classic in nature.
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South Australia
Barossa Valley
750
14.5
"The fruit was harvested by hand, with five small parcels harvested over five weeks to attain complex nuances. Fermented in open top concrete fermenters with chilled ferments, hand pump-overs and cap submerging with oak header boards for eight days; the process finished with barrel ferment and malolactic fermentation in new French & American puncheons. Aromas of blackberry fruit, aniseed and spices carry through to the palate which is rich, warm and generous.- Richard Langford

Style: Rich, warm and generous

Colour: Very dark purple with bright magenta hues

Aroma: Blackberry fruit, aniseed and spices

Palate: Aromas of blackberry fruit, aniseed and spices carry through to the palate which is rich, warm and generous

Drink: Drink now or cellar confidently for 15 - 20 years

Vintage: 2014

Region: Barossa

Maturation: 30 months in new American and French oak puncheons

Alc/Vol: 14.5%

TH: 6.3g/L

pH: 3.62

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