Four Men and a Shed Barossa GSM 2018

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by Stuart Bourne

93%
of 261
would buy again
93%
of 261
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Vintage

% Would Buy It Again

2018

93% of 261

2017

91% of 905

2016

91% of 1,116

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Soft, juicy Barossa brilliance!

    • Simply bursting with plush fruity goodness! Get ready for a medium bodied drop of deliciousness - with a full rich mid-palate, fleshy fruits and a lingering finish. All individual batches of Grenache, Shiraz and Mataro grapes were open-fermented separately, basket pressed then matured separately in French and American oak hogsheads for almost a year. These four mates treat grapes like gold, paying full respect to the grape growing families who produced the beautiful fruit.
    • Stylistically it is very typical of premium Barossa GSM blends - a very honest ‘wine of the village’ where the emphasis is on approachable fruit layers and soft tannins. Guaranteed to provide a warm and inviting look at why the Barossa is so special. The only difference is just how sensational the value for your money is - many similar Barossa GSM blends ask a much higher price.
    • Under $15 Angel price for a hand made, artisanal scale wine, lovingly crafted barrel by barrel the old fashioned way, you've never seen anything quite like this before! By supporting Four Men and a Shed you are supporting a passionate group of farming families from the most recognised region in Australia, who nurture their vines all year round, generation after generation. Go on...find some friends, find some food then add GSM to help find the fun!

Ageing advice
drink now whilst fresh and appealing - or hold for another 3 - 5 years to really see it soften up and get very complex.

Serving advice
Decant before serving - as all good red wine should be.

Local food match
Pizza - in particular prosciutto, pear and rocket pizza with some fresh bocconcini on it.

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