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2015 Bros At War Single Vineyard Eden Syrah

2015 Bros At War Single Vineyard Eden Syrah

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14.0%
Cellar to 2025
Screw Cap
Eden Valley
2015
750ml
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$65.99
14.0%
Cellar to 2025
Screw Cap
Eden Valley
2015
750ml
  • THE BRIEF
  • THE FINER DETAILS
  • WHO MADE IT?
  • EXPERT REVIEWS
  • THE BRIEF
  • Brothers at War Wines began in 2013 with a tonne of grapes and two brothers' vision to create world class wines with unique expression, using small parcels of exceptional fruit from some of the Barossa's greatest characters.

    While only in their 20s, Angus and Sam Wardlaw could be considered veterans of the winemaking game, having had access to the vast knowledge (and cellar) of their 'old man', David Wardlaw, a pioneer of Barossa winemaking. Then there's older brother Andrew, who started his winemaking career in the 90s and before long was producing some of the first natural wines in the region.

    Picking up childhood friend Matt Carter (who has long performed the role of referee between the brothers), and Eden Valley vigneron Chris Alderton along the way, Brothers at War has grown into an award-winning wine label.

    Single vineyard. Old vines. Grown on a vineyard at Springton in the Eden Valley. All French oak, 40% new. Unfined and unfiltered. 780 bottles produced.

  • THE FINER DETAILS
  • Single vineyard. Old vines. Grown on a vineyard at Springton in the Eden Valley. All French oak, 40% new. Unfined and unfiltered. 780 bottles produced.

    WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT?


    Classic Eden Valley Syrah with blue and black berries with hints of lead pencil and cranberry, the palate mid weight and with light tannins

  • WHO MADE IT?
  • Brothers at War Wines began in 2013 with a tonne of grapes and two brothers’ vision to create world class wines with unique expression, using small parcels of exceptional fruit from some of the Barossa’s greatest characters. While only in their 20s, Angus and Sam Wardlaw could be considered veterans of the winemaking game, having had access to the vast knowledge (and cellar) of their ‘old man’, David Wardlaw, a pioneer of Barossa winemaking. Then there’s older brother Andrew, who started his winemaking career in the 90s and before long was producing some of the first natural wines in the region. Picking up childhood friend Matt Carter (who has long performed the role of referee between the brothers), and Eden Valley vigneron Chris Alderton along the way, Brothers at War has grown into an award-winning wine label. Together, this group of family and friends are looking to the future, adding new varieties and styles to the Brothers at War portfolio and staking their own claim in wine, while keeping a family tradition alive (not without a few fist fights here and there!).

  • EXPERT REVIEWS
  • 96 POINTS

    JAMES HALLIDAY - HALLIDAY'S WINE COMPANION


    Bright crimson hue; the fragrant bouquet of spice, pepper and savoury nuances leads into a palate brimming with energy and drive. Polished black cherries, plus notes of raspberries, have the freshness that 13.%% alcohol from the Eden Valley can achieve. A really lovely young wine.'

    94 POINTS

    CAMPBELL MATTINSON - THE WINE FRONT


    Lovely wine. Energetic, textural, aromatic and satisfying. Not a bad combination. Blue, red and black berries. Graphite. Cloves. Violets. And mint. Classic Eden Valley shiraz/syrah. 13.5% alcohol but with plenty of flavour, all presented with a fresh face. Tannin clips it all attractively into line. Ultra-fine is the word.'

    ACCOLADES


    Top Gold - International Cool Climate Wine Show 2018 Gold Medal - Barossa Wine Show 2017