Bin 150 瑪拉拉南戈设拉子 2014

Bin 150 玛拉南戈设拉子独特的次产区风味毫无疑问是 Penfolds 的个性诠释。葡萄生长在玛拉南戈古老的土地上,靠近巴罗莎谷中心地带,位置偏西北,气候温暖干燥,再加上肥沃的红土壤,创造了酿造高品质葡萄酒的优越条件。Bin 150 的风格具现代感,是设拉子的另类表现,熟化过程采用新旧混合的法国及美国橡木桶,与 Penfolds 的传统理念一脉相承。

When To Drink
Drinking well now, but will improve with time. Drinking window now - 2037. 
Taste Description

Deep dark red.

Trademark Bin 150 sheen, yet at the darker end of the spectrum… plumes of tanned leather, soot, boot polish.
Barossa Valley Shiraz spoils liberated via aromas of smoked meats and cheeses, ham, bacon, chorizo, with an overlay of charcoal/hickory.
Scents of a freshly plated terrine, replete with pistachio and juniper, and an infusion of dried herb (thyme, rosemary).

A bountiful array of fruits, fresh blueberry and mulberry to one side; dates and fig opposite.
The savoury – a duxelle/chanterelle/morel mushroom sauce and black olive, and the sweet - chocolate/vanilla pre-parfait/mousse.
Texturally hedonistic – a caressing fresh acidity effortlessly accommodating subtle oak and softened tannins.


Origin: Marananga, Barossa Valley, South Australia.

Maturation: 14 months in French oak (30% new, 13% 1-y.o., 4% 2-y.o.) and American oak hogsheads and puncheons (30% new, 16% 1-y.o., 7% 2-y.o.).

Variety: Shiraz.

Vintage Conditions

Above long-term average winter rainfall occurred throughout the Barossa Valley region providing adequate soil moisture for the upcoming growing season. It was a warm, dry start to spring with below-average rainfall initiating budburst earlier than normal. Frost episodes were infrequent. The 2013 spring season was the windiest in 47 years in the Barossa, this coupled with cool nights, created variability with fruitset reducing potential yield during the flowering period.

2014 brought high temperatures reducing yields further during veraison for the fourth year in a row. A short heatwave caused the vines to shut down and slow grape maturation. The remainder of the growing season was warm and dry. This ensured desired flavour development and acid retention resulting in impressive fruit quality.


Conceived from the ancient soils of Marananga, which lies very close to the centre of the Barossa Valley floor – slightly to the north and west, where warm dry conditions and rich red soils, provide the backbone to some of the region’s best known wines.  

It was first introduced in 2008 in response to increasing availability of exceptional fruit.  The style has a beautiful lasting quality and will repay medium to long-term cellaring.