God’s Hill Wines - Barossa Valley Wine Range

The Orphan 2006

Museum

“The Orphan” only 4 barrels were created from grapes of a dry grown vineyard with very low yield (1/2 ton per acre) and intense flavours. The vineyard has been removed to make way for new development. After gentle crush of the grapes and controlled fermentation it was put in 3 year old French and American oak to mature for 36 month before bottling.

$300.00RRP

  • Fruit

    Sourced in the Barossa Valley.

  • Colour

    Dense Profound ruby hue, brilliant with high intensity.

  • Nose

    Full bodied, rich concentrated fruit flavours of plum, black currant, liquorice and dark chocolate a mouth fill palate with firm but very spicy tannins and rolling concentrated dark cherry flavours to the finish. Great length.

  • Comments

    Bottle may show some stains due to natural filtration. Recommended decanting minimum 30min prior consumption. To be enjoyed with gamey dishes, meat, pasta and matured cheese.   Charlie Scalzi Winemaker

  • Size

    750mL 15.1% alc/vol

  • Produced and Packed by

    Scalzi Family