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The Dallwitz vineyard is the original plantings of the Hoffmann Family Vineyards and home to some of the oldest vines. Grapes from the vineyard go into some of Australias most collectable wines and keenly sought after. This first release is a barrels selection of the best parcels of the Hoffmann single vineyard.   

Peak Drinking / Cellaring Potential
This wine will continue to mature until at least 2040.
Only 400 bottles, each individually numbered.

Volume - 750mL
Alcohol Volume - 14.5%

2021 Hoffmann Dallwitz Ebenezeer Shiraz X11

  • Winemaking Notes

    The grapes were fermented in small batches and after fermentation was matured in 50% new French oak for 20 months prior to bottling. The wine was then relesed after a further 12 months of bottle maturation.

    Minimal intervention is used in the winemaking process and there is minimal handling prior to bottling. The wine is not cold stabilised or filtered.  

  • Tasting Notes and Scores

    Deepest of purple at the core, barely fading into the rim. Aromas of mulberry, dark chocolate, dried woody herbs and boudin noir fill the nose. The palate fills with the same intensity the nose experienced. Dark and rich fruit is entwined with chocolate, ironstone and dried herb complexities. Tannins are very subtle, yet clearly carrying a great power to ensure the intensity of this wine remains focused. Line and length are prodigious, it lingers for an age on the palate yet still offers a freshness to the end that delights. Has a huge future for many years ahead of it (99 Points) - Stuart Knox - The Real Review

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