2015 Erin Eyes Rieslings released

Now released our 2015 Erin Eyes Rieslings.

Two wines this year include our 2015 Erin Eyes Riesling blended across 3 top vineyards.

2015 Erin Eyes RieslingsAlso, our 2015 “Pride of Erin” Reserve Riesling. A single vineyard wine from a Penwortham micro climate that showed outstanding fruit on the vine and in the winery. High natural acid made this wine a stand out.

The Reserve name “Pride of Erin” thanks for the inspiration Huon Hooke.

Apart from seafood and the usual recommended dishes try it as we are doing with Parmigiano Reggiano and crusty bread.

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James Halliday’s Top Cellaring Selections – 2013 Erin Eyes Clare Valley Shiraz

James Hallidays Top Cellaring Selections - 2013 Erin Eyes Clare Valley ShirazIssue #22 of James Halliday’s Wine Companion Magazine includes the 2013 Erin Eyes Clare Valley Shiraz.

“One of those wines where you’re happy to be taken prisoner. It’s dense and luscious but well disciplined, with strict rules of tannin and lines of acid maintaining order amid the riot of black berried fruit.

Cedary oak has melted straight down intho the wine’s inky depths. Great value, all things considered. 14.5% alc.”

James Halliday

Wine Genius – Erin Eyes Wines Malbec 2013

The Wine Genius team have had the opportunity to taste the Erin Eyes Wines Malbec 2013.

Here is the tasting note and score.

Note:
Medium weight with complex briary tones, overlayed with soaked plums, exotic spice and hints of feminine perfume. Lifted and varietal fruits pulse across the palate, finishing with bold acidity and significant length.

Drinking Range: 2014 – 2016
Score: 90
Wine Genius tastes Steve Wiblin's Erin Eyes Wine

Huon Hooke reviews 2013 Erin Eyes Shiraz

Huon Hooke reviews Erin Eyes WinesIndependent wine writer Huon Hooke has reviewed the 2013 Erin Eyes Shiraz.

What Huon thinks…

92 Points

“Deep red/purple colour, the aroma is plummy and dark cherry-like, chocolate and vanilla too. There are some oak-influenced characters. The acidity is fresh and keeps it lively, the finish is firm and tight and the wine promises to age well. Very good.”

Winsor Dobbin reviews 2013 Erin Eyes Merlot

Food wine and travel writer Winsor Dobbin reviews the 2013 Erin Eyes Merlot:

“Steve Wiblin is closing in on four decades in the wine business, first on the marketing side for labels such as Wynns and the now sadly neglected Seaview, then for close on 15 years as a partner and co-owner of the Neagles Rock label. Now, after recovering from a period of ill health, he’s sourcing premium Clare fruit for his own boutique label Erin Eyes, the name of which is a nod to to his Irish ancestry. This is one the better merlots to be found in Australia, rich and profound with plenty of length and palate weight. It’s soft, as you’d expect, but also very interesting.”

Wine Genius – Erin Eyes Wines Sangiovese 2013

The Wine Genius team have had the opportunity to taste the Erin Eyes Wines Sangiovese 2013.

Here is the tasting note and score.

Note:
Packed with fresh primary sour fruits, plenty of spice and feminine lift. Vigorous acidity of aptly offset by a plush mouth feel, hints of spice plum, supple tannins and other textural elements. Made in an early drinking style; drink and enjoy it now.

Drinking Range: 2013 – 2017
Score: 91
Wine Genius tastes Steve Wiblin's Erin Eyes Wine

Wine Genius – Erin Eyes Wines Shiraz 2013

The Wine Genius team have had the opportunity to taste the Erin Eyes Wines Shiraz 2013

Here is the tasting note and score.

Note:
This is a bold and poignant Shiraz though-and-through, long and quite textural with blue fruits, measured oak and genuine balance. Generous palate weight is built upon ripe dark cherry and plums; this is considered wine making and pure fruit; finishing with good acidity.

Drinking Range: 2013 – 2017
Score: 92

Wine Genius tastes Steve Wiblin's Erin Eyes Wine