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The Eden Valley lies within the Barossa Range and consists of river valleys and undulating hills covered with large gums, rocky outcrops and Aboriginal sites. It is a high-altitude area of between 400 and 500 metres, compared with the Barossa Valley's elevation of 200 to 300 metres. This higher altitude, with its (one to two weeks) later ripening pattern, results in more distinctive varietal flavour characteristics, lower pH and higher acidities. Whilst the Eden Valley region is most associated with the white wine variety, Riesling, it produces elegant, tautly structured Shiraz which is highly prized by winemakers. This Torbreck Shiraz cuvée from the cooler climate, higher altitude vineyards of Eden Valley is skillfully blended with fruit from Barossa Valley which traditionally provides greater richness and intensity.
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2002 Vintage Download Fact Sheet Our 2002 Russian River Pinot Noir is a blend of three vineyards: three quarters of the blend comes from the Cohn Vineyard, while the remainder of the blend is made up of grapes from the Koplen Vineyard and the Kanzler Vineayard. The clone make up is old Dijon clones, 667, 115 and Pommard. Aromatics Profile of dark fruits such as black cherry and plum, with hints of vanilla bean, spice and smoke.