Located in the small town of Lyndoch in the Barossa Valley, Ross Estate Wines is a family owned winery established on old vineyards in 1999. A combination of young spirits
and a veteran winemaker of over forty vintages has seen this modern winery reach new heights. Ross Estate's aim - to produce wines of consistent quality, from the soil up. In short, to capture "The Soul of the Vine". The style is truly Barossa, encapsulating regional fruit flavours and enhancing them with well balanced oak, using fruit sourced solely from Ross' estates in the Barossa Valley.
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A seamless wine that is rich, yet soft and sumptuous. Vibrant berry fruits with sweet spice and balanced oak.
Pair with steak, lamb, barbeques and hearty stews.
Deep crimson in color, with purple hues. The dense fruity aromas of Satsuma plums and blackberries are supported by licorice, dark chocolate and vanilla. The plate is rich with tight acid and tannin structure supporting the juicy plum, blueberry and chocolate flavors. Layers of mocha, tobacco,... more
The nose is fruity, with an obvious sweet American Oak aroma. The palate displays rich, ripe blackcurrant/blackberry flavors enhanced by a slight touch of pepper. Short-term cellaring will see these flavors become more complex. more
The wine is an excellent example of Barossa Shiraz in the traditional Barossa style. The color is a deep dark red. It is an infinitely round, rich, fleshy wine exhibiting endless chocolate and berries on the nose complementing warm ripe blackberry fruit and anise on the palate. The long lingering... more
The outstanding 2003 Lynedoch is a blend of 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Cabernet Franc, and 20% Merlot aged in large American and French hogsheads. Its dense ruby/purple color is accompanied by a refined, Bordeaux-like bouquet of cedar, black currants, cigar smoke, and fruitcake. Rich and medium... more
The color is a deep crimson with a purple tinge. The nose is fruity, with an obvious sweet American Oak aroma. The palate displays rich, ripe blackcurrant/blackberry flavors enhanced by a slight touch of pepper. Short-term cellaring will see these flavors become more complex. more
The 2002 Grenache, a noteworthy value, is modestly alcoholic by Barossa Valley standards (only 14.5%). This dense ruby/purple-colored offering exhibits framboise and kirsch notes along with hints of licorice as well as pepper. Chewy and plump, it is a fruit cocktail filled with glycerin. Drink this... more
The 2002 Shiraz is an outstanding effort. Aged in American oak (15% new) for 15 months, it boasts an opaque purple color as well as sumptuous notes of creme de cassis, licorice, charcoal, and loamy earth. With admirable purity, impressive depth, and a medium to full-bodied finish, it will drink... more
This is a rich and creamy endeavor with
red berry and spice tones on a broad frame. Color is deep and the aromatics are protrusive and captivating with cola notes and dark cherries along with vanilla tones. The mouthfeel is smooth and silky and the rich, extracted fruit has extraordinary reach and... more
Luscious as plum pudding, this wine's sweetly ripe fruit enters a dialectic with an acerbic edge of tannin. It resolves grapey, simple and smooth, showing enough refinement to stand with a rack of lamb.-Wine & Spirits more