Wine Advocate Reviews

2017 Stonegarden Riesling - 92 points

The first vintage produced, Massena's 2017 Stonegarden Riesling comes from an Eden Valley vineyard planted in 1947. It's medium-bodied and dry, with lime, orange and tangerine notes a bit like a Creamsicle, finishing long and mouthwatering. Drink it young for the immediacy of youth, or let it acquire honeyed, marmalade and toast notes in five to eight years.

2016 The Moonlight Run - 91 points

One-third each Grenache, Mataro and Shiraz, the 2016 The Moonlight Run Mataro-Grenache-Shiraz finds a delicious balance between ripe fruit, savory nuance and mouthwatering freshness. Cherry and raspberry fruit leads the way in this medium to full-bodied red, framed by silky tannins and dressed up with delicate notes of rosemary, thyme and rose petals. It should drink well for 4-5 years.

2016 The Eleventh Hour - 93 points

With no new oak used for the élevage, the 2016 The Eleventh Hour Shiraz features floral aromas, hints of blueberry and black olive. Full-bodied, rich and concentrated, it achieves a fine balance between fruity and savory, but it still shows the power of the Barossa. It's about 75% Greenock and 25% Stonewell in origin.

2017 Stonegarden Grenache - 93 points

Raspberries and cherries mark the nose of the 2017 Stonegarden Grenache, sourced from Eden Valley. This full-bodied rendering of Grenache is quite deep, dark and tannic, although it's creamy enough on the mid-palate to make it approachable now. Serious stuff, with a long, spice-driven finish.