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Kilikanoon Meymans Shiraz Cabernet 2018

Special Price $35.00 Regular Price $45.00
Meymans vineyard provides the foundation for our Kilikanoon Covenant Shiraz. The fruit in this 2018 vintage is deep, rich, black and voluptuous, the oak controlled and cedary, the tannins fine and plentiful. According to Kim Brebach this vintage is a …’perfect pitch, stunning wine. Already drinking well but the balance suggests it will last for 10 years or more. 97+ points’
Kilikanoon Meymans Shiraz Cabernet
Wine Specs
Variety
Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon
Region
Clare Valley, SA
Vintage
2018
Winery
Kilikanoon
Winemaker
Kevin Mitchell
Body
Full
Sweetness
Dry
Drinking Window
Now - 2033
Bling
97 pts Kim Brebach, 95pts Sam Kim
Alcohol %
14.5
Closure
Screwcap
Size
750 mL
Biodynamic
No
Organic
No
Vegan Friendly
Yes
It’s hard to believe how far and fast Kilikanoon has risen since being established in 1997 with 14 acres of vines. In 2002 Kilikanoon won 6 of the 7 available Trophies at the Clare Valley wine show. In 2013 James Halliday named Kilikanoon as his winery of the year. Today Kilikanoon has over 700 acres of vines, and sources additional fruit from some of the best growers in the Barossa Valley, Clare Valley and McLaren Vale.
Clare Valley, SA

Region

Clare Valley, SA

130km north of Adelaide (and west of the Barossa), the Clare Valley sits within a high-alt ...
130km north of Adelaide (and west of the Barossa), the Clare Valley sits within a high-altitude pocket granting the vineyards cool to cold nights with long, warm to hot summer days. This cooler climate grants thin-skinned (and indeed temperamental) grapes like rieslings a perfect climate in which to mature slowly without risk of mould during the harvest season. The resulting wines are perfumed, complex, softly flavoured yet powerful. There are several sub-regions in the 35km stretch of valley, pocketed with varying soils, altitudes and climates. West-facing, high-altitude slopes benefit from drying afternoon sun in summer, producing some of the region ... Read Full Article
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Kilikanoon

Winery

Kilikanoon

Region: Clare ValleyProprieter: Kevin MitchellEstablished: 1997Address:Penna LanePenwortha ...
Region: Clare ValleyProprieter: Kevin MitchellEstablished: 1997Address:Penna LanePenwortham via ClareSouth Australia, 5453 Kevin purchased Kilikanoon in 1997 after having worked for such companies as Krondorf, d'Arenberg, Kingston Estate, Orlando, BRL Hardy, Kendal Jackson, and in the USA, Willamette Valley. With over 500 hectares of vines throughout South Australia, founder and Senior Winemaker Kevin Mitchell has a diverse range of prime harvests to draw from. This has led to a diverse range of award-winning wines for this acclaimed winery. Since their first release in 1998, the Kilikanoon wines have gained in their popularity. Read Full Article
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Kilikanoon
Kilikanoon

Region: Clare Valley
Proprieter: Kevin Mitchell
Established: 1997
Address:
Penna Lane
Penwortham via Clare
South Australia, 5453

Kevin purchased Kilikanoon in 1997 after having worked for such companies as Krondorf, d'Arenberg, Kingston Estate, Orlando, BRL Hardy, Kendal Jackson, and in the USA, Willamette Valley.

With over 500 hectares of vines throughout South Australia, founder and Senior Winemaker Kevin Mitchell has a diverse range of prime harvests to draw from. This has led to a diverse range of award-winning wines for this acclaimed winery. Since their first release in 1998, the Kilikanoon wines have gained in their popularity.

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Clare Valley, SA
Clare Valley, SA

130km north of Adelaide (and west of the Barossa), the Clare Valley sits within a high-altitude pocket granting the vineyards cool to cold nights with long, warm to hot summer days. This cooler climate grants thin-skinned (and indeed temperamental) grapes like rieslings a perfect climate in which to mature slowly without risk of mould during the harvest season. The resulting wines are perfumed, complex, softly flavoured yet powerful.

There are several sub-regions in the 35km stretch of valley, pocketed with varying soils, altitudes and climates. West-facing, high-altitude slopes benefit from drying afternoon sun in summer, producing some of the regions best vintages. The vines are planted from 400 to 500 metres (1,300 to 1,600 ft). The higher altitude, compared to other wine regions in South Australia, ensures cool nights even during the heat of summer allowing the fruit to ripen more evenly and slowly. Soil is a mix of red to brown-grey over basement rock.

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