Block 4 Shiraz in James Halliday’s top cellaring selections for 2013

We are very pleased that James Halliday has recognised Eden Hall’s pursuit of excellence, with the 2010 Block 4 Shiraz made from selected rows of Block 4 and matured in French oak for nearly three years prior to bottling. Whilst the wine is built to last, it can be enjoyed now or confidently cellared to 2035 and beyond!. The Eden Hall 2010 Block 4 Shiraz will be released later in the year

Can’t wait?

Why not try our current release of this exceptional wine (2009) produced only in the very best years (04, 05, 06, 09, 10 and 12). See what is available from ourĀ purchase page

Top Cellaring Tip

Collect wines that you enjoy and intend to drink. Preferably “International Varieties” from single vineyards, good vintages, not under cork and a minimum of 3 bottles.

Your most treasured Australian wine?

Henschke 2002 Hill of Grace – a vintage of a lifetime produced by one of the true gentlemen of the Eden Valley. Need I say more?

Your worst cellaring disaster?

Opening any long held wine that is highly anticipated, but ends in tears when let down by its cork closure.

2010 Eden Hall Block 4 Shiraz – 94 points

Not only a single vineyard, not even a single block, but comes from selected rows of Block 4, and not bottled until Jan ’13. This strong crimson-purple colour introduces a wine full of fleshy red and black fruits, a sprinkle of spice, fully resolved tannins and quality oak. The balance is such that it can be enjoyed at any time over the next 20+ years. RRP $40, 2035. Reviewed by James Halliday.