Product description

Product description

  • Hidden far within the Eden Valley, we found a wine that you can take anywhere. Discover this hidden gem and share it with your friends.
  • Combining modern wine-making with deep experience of the region, this wine has universal appeal.
  • Deep dark plum red colour combining with highly toned aromas of dark plum, blackberry and mint chocolate. The palate is soft and rich with juicy blackcurrant and dark red berry fruits and a touch of mint, spice and chocolate.

2012:

AWARD WINNER - Bronze Medal - 2013 Royal Hobart Wine Show, Class 50

2013:

AWARD WINNER - Bronze Medal - 2015 Perth Royal Wine Show, Class 54

AWARD WINNER - Best Value Buy - Winestate, Annual Edition 2016

AWARD WINNER - 3 ½ Stars - Winestate, July/August 2015

Vintages may vary from store to store and when delivered. Every effort is made to ensure the current vintage is displayed, however variations can occur.

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Review

Review

2013:

90+ Points - Best Wines Under $20, Kim Brebach - 15/05/2015

"BEST REDS - Just to show the wine of the week wine wasn't a fluke, Jason backs it up with another beauty. I can't really improve on Chris Shanahan's review: 'Aldi's foray into Eden produced this fragrant, medium-bodied, deliciously fruity Cabernet Merlot blend of fine tannins and elegant structure. It's significantly better than you'd expect for nine bucks - exactly the perception Aldi wants us to have.' Tony Keys gives it 90, I give 90+ because it'll be even better in a year or two."

The Canberra Times, Chris Shanahan - 1/04/2015

"The Eden Valley sits in the Mount Lofty Ranges, immediately north of the Adelaide Hills. It forms the eastern boundary of the slightly warmer Barossa Valley. Together, the two regions form the Barossa Zone. In general, reds from the cooler Eden Valley are a little more elegant and refined than their Barossa counterparts. Aldi's foray into Eden produced this fragrant, medium-bodied, deliciously fruity cabernet merlot blend of fine tannins and elegant structure. It's significantly better than you'd expect for nine bucks exactly the perception Aldi wants us to have."