Glaetzer 'The Eye of Ra', Barossa Valley 2016
98 Points Wine Advocate
Bottled but not yet labeled, with a possible release set for mid-2019, Glaetzer's 2016 The Eye of Ra Shiraz boasts classy notes of pencil shavings and dark, plummy fruit. From 85-year-old vines, it's full-bodied, rich and creamy, loaded with vanilla-tinged French oak but balanced by blueberries and blackberries and ending with lasting hints of mocha and licorice. It returns Glaetzer's traditional Barossa winemaking to a new level of quality and elegance without sacrificing power or guts. 2020 - 2035
100% Shiraz, using 100% French oak and all of the fruit comes from Ebenezer.