Marschall 2020
Barossa Valley
Shiraz

$29.00

Dense garnet in colour, with an attractive mix of blackberry, spiced plum and flickerings of star-of-anise aromas. The palate is rich, concentrated and fleshy in flavours with a fresh and vibrant finish. A modern styled Barossa Valley Shiraz, delicious drinking upon release but will mature very well for the medium term.

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Grape Variety:

  • Shiraz

Technical Details:

  • Alcohol 14.5%
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  • pH 3.66
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  • Acidity 6.2 g/L
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  • Residual sugar: nil

Vineyards:

  • Tanunda Barossa Valley - 27 year-old vines
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  • Moppa Barossa Valley - 31 year-old vines
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  • Ebenezer Barossa Valley - 20 year-old vines
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  • Menglers Hill Barossa Valley - 31 year-old vines
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  • Gomersal Barossa Valley - 22 year-old vines
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  • Light Pass Barossa Valley - 22 year-old vines

A wide range of fermentation techniques were utilised, but all involved extended skin contact ranging from 20 to 25 days. A cold soak period of up to 5 days occurred before a natural warming to start the fermentation. Upon completion the ferments were pressed to a mix of new and seasoned oak hogsheads, for malolactic fermentation and maturation. Matured in barrel with minimal intervention for 12 months, then naturally clarified, and bottled without filtration.

The Marschall Family vineyards are located in the Tanunda and Ebenezer districts of the Barossa Valley. The Tanunda vineyard is grown on sandy soils which typically produce aromatic styled Shiraz, while the rich iron clad soils of Ebenezer produce a more dense fruit core and structured styled wine.

The MARSCHALL is a Barossa Valley Shiraz, named as a tribute to the legendary Barossa Valley Vignerons who pioneered the planting of the old treasured vineyards, which the Barossa enjoys today. David Marschall was a man of many talents and in conjunction with growing exceptional fruit was a revered martial artist, actor and demolition expert. His legacy lives on through his vineyards within the Tanunda and Ebenezer districts, which make up the backbone of this wine.

Optimum year 2028

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