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Torzi Matthews Schist Rock Shiraz - Eden Valley

Torzi Matthews Schist Rock Shiraz 2018 - Eden Valley

Vintage: 2018 | Type: Reds | Producer: Torzi Matthews
Region: South Australia
Alc: 14.5%
Closure: Screwcap
Bottle size: 750ml

The Wine Front

$17.90: as part of any six
$23.00: single bottle
$214.80: per case of 12

A beautifully complex shiraz bursting with deep aromatics and flavours, expect blueberry, cranberry, dried spice and all things nice with layers of dark chocolate, balackberry and violets while finishing long and complete.

In the garage the shiraz fruit was gently destemmed including 30% whole bunch into open top milk vats and fermented warm with natural bearing yeasts birthed from the vineyard with soft pump overs, hand plunging and basket pressed to barrel to complete ferment. Bottled unfined and unfiltered. Expect all that this label represents; wine enjoyment!

Once again very minimalistic workings including 25% whole bunch open top ferment, wild yeast fermented, soft pump overs / hand plunging, basket pressed, aged for 13 months and bottled unfiltered. 

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Our notes

One of the best value Shiraz's in the country.  


The Wine Front
This wine comes in at under $20 if you shop around. That’s incredible value. Dom Torzi sets a modest price, but is invariably confident about the quality of his wines. Bright blueberry and blackberry, plenty of pepper and spice, potpourri perfume. It’s medium bodied, sleek and dark cherry juicy, super fine tannin, some meaty and nutty flavours, gentle stony tannin pulling along the finish.

Gary Walsh

Producers notes

Domenic Torzi and Tracy Matthews, former Adelaide Plains residents, searched for a number of years before finding a block at Mt McKenzie in the Eden Valley. The block they chose is in a hollow; the soil is meagre, but they were in no way deterred by the knowledge that it would be frost-prone. The result is predictably low yields, concentrated further by drying the grapes on rack, thus reducing the weight by around 30% (the Appassimento method is used in Italy to produce Amarone-style wines). Newer plantings of sangiovese and negro amaro, and an extension of the original plantings of shiraz and riesling, have seen the wine range increase.


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