Freya 2020
Eden Valley


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Bursting with lemon, melon and lime aromas with a touch of lavender undertone. A refreshing and bright palate with lovely mid-palate flesh, finishing with zest and crunchy acidity. A delicious wine, approachable upon release this wine will also mature very well for many years to come.

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Grape Variety:

  • Riesling 100%

Technical Details:

  • Alcohol 12.5%
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  • pH 3.08
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  • Acidity 7.1 g/L
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  • Residual sugar: 2.2 g/L


  • Craneford 45 year-old vines
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  • High Eden 22 year-old vines
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  • Craneford 25 year-old vines

There are three Eden Valley Riesling Vineyards that contribute to the 2019 Freya blend. Two are situated within the cooler section of Eden Valley, we refer to as the Craneford sub-region at 430m and 460m altitude respectively. The third is located in the much cooler, higher altitude High-Eden sub-region at 500m altitude. The vineyards are all hand-harvested in the cool of the morning and then chilled to a further 6ºC before being gently pressed.
100% whole-bunch and berry pressed with only the finest pressings retained. The juice was settled cold and racked clear to begin fermentation. Fermented cool at 12-14C for 3 weeks before finishing sugar-dry. To promote palate texture the wine was held on yeast lees for a further 3 months before being bottled.

Freya was the foremost goddess of ancient Germanic lands where the Riesling grape originated. This wine honours early German settlers who cultivated the first Riesling vine in the exemplary micro-climate of the Barossa’s Eden Valley.

Enjoy now until 2040


96 Points

James Suckling (Nick Stock)

A very finely detailed nose with lemon, lime, light pepper, crushed stones, apple blossom, flint and chalk. The palate has a superb delivery of super long, elegant yet powerful lemon, apple and grapefruit flavors. Fresh and focused finish. Concentrated. Drink or hold. Nick Stock 11th Nov 2020

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James Suckling (Nick Stock)

95 Points

Gary Walsh - The Wine Front

Lime, white flower perfume, a dusting of pepper and spice, green apple. It's quite tight, but has an approachable nature, lime zest and green apple, stony and lightly chalky, frisky but flavoursome, with preserved lemon and pith running on a long finish. Delicious wine. Has grip and energy, and a subtle come-hither personality.

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