Rusden 'School Days' Shiraz Viognier 2019
AT FIRST SIP- Red current, plum, and lilac with some clove grip. Leaning towards medium bodied, showcasing the freshness of Shiraz along with the oppulence of Viognier. AFTER A FEW- Barbecuing in a stone fruit orchard.

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AT FIRST SIP- Red current, plum, and lilac with some clove grip. Leaning towards medium bodied, showcasing the freshness of Shiraz along with the oppulence of Viognier. AFTER A FEW- Barbecuing in a stone fruit orchard.

About This Wine

Rusden, based in the sandy soiled Vine Vale of the Barossa valley floor creates defined wines true to their terroir. Winemaker Christian enjoys a little experimentation on the side, which is where this Shiraz Viognier comes from. Playing around with co-fermentation and small batch ferments has lifted the stone fruit and floral Viognier through the ripe jubey fruit from their Shiraz.

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In 1979, a young couple purchased a rundown vineyard in the heart of Vine Vale in the Barossa. As it was a labour of love, Dennis Canute and sixth generation Barossa grape grower Christine refused to accept the tragic vine pull at the time. Instead, they decided to rejuvenate the old Shiraz and Grenache grandfather vines. 

That little plot, known as Vine Vale, may just be one of the most versatile and consistent grape growing districts on the Barossa’s prized valley floor.  These enviable soils bear a great resemblance to those at the hallowed Château Rayas in Châteauneuf-du-Pape (albeit without the stones). The clay helps with water retention which has allowed the vines to survive even the most brutal of the Barossa’s droughts.

As a disciple of Rockford’s Robert O’Callaghan, next-generation grower/winemaker Christian Canute is incredibly proud of this unique vineyard and makes sure its personality speaks clearly through each wine that bears the Rusden label.

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