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2019 Penfolds RWT Bin 798 Barossa Valley Shiraz with Gift Box

2019 Penfolds RWT Bin 798 Barossa Valley Shiraz with Gift Box


2019 Penfolds RWT Bin 798 Barossa Valley Shiraz with Gift Box

Price $150.00
This wine can ship to the following states: AK, CA, DC, FL, MA, MN, NC, ND, NE, NH, NM, NV, OR, SC, TN, WV, and WI. View state guidelines on import and domestic wines.

Tasting Notes

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Onyx core, ruby rim


Sensory theatre – it’s all about the timing:

Arising unabashed: A floral fragrance

Ascending with a swirl: Saturated berried fruits à la glazed and atop Danish pastry avec custard.

Revealed upon sitting: French oak proclaimed via citrus/brine, caper/cedar and sandalwood markers.

Omnipresent: Cured meats embalmed in balsamic, anchovy paste and flowering thyme.

The aromatic stage is set – a distinctive Barossa backdrop with respectful Penfolds lighting.


Dark fruits affording viscosity and concentration.

Quince noted … and a little more (fig/cheese + balsamic?).

Vietnamese mint and anise indulge an admirable palate “cooling effect”/lift. Dusty tannins fused with cocoa chocolate dust.

Structurally confident - a defined backbone, Barossa weight and density.

Technical Information

Varietal Shiraz
Vintage 2019
Blend Shiraz
Oak Treatment 18 months in French oak hogsheads (57% new, 43% 1-y.o.)
Alcohol % 14.5%
Enclosure Type Cork
pH 3.56


Peter Gago - Chief Winemaker

Peter joined the winemaking team in 1989, initially in the craftsmanship of sparkling wines, before moving on to reds as Penfolds Red Wine Maker. In 2002 Peter became the fourth ever Chief Winemaker for Penfolds. Together with his fellow winemakers, Peter’s careful custodianship has ensured that Grange and the other ‘older’ members of the Penfolds family, have continued to set the benchmark for their style and quality, while new additions to the range push the boundaries ever wider.


2019 Vintage

The 2019 growing season was extremely dry and warm. In the 12 months to March, the region had only 61% of the long-term average rainfall. Spring temperatures were slightly below-average driven by lower minimum temperatures (-2.5°C) including two below 0°C events during September, which resulted in frost events on 4th September and 29th September. Summer was very warm, with December and January well above-average driven by a combination of both higher maximum and minimum temperatures. The Kalimna vineyard experienced 31 days of temperatures exceeding 35°C. While March was also dry, crucially it was not too hot allowing for an orderly harvest. Low yields delivered Barossa Valley shiraz with dark colours, intense depth of flavour and ripe firm tannin structure.