Amon-Ra by Ben Glaetzer

In Egyptian mythology, Amon-Ra is considered to be the king of all gods. The temple of Amon-Ra was believed to be the first temple to ever plant a monoculture vineyard to produce wine for the citizens of the temple.

The eye on front of the label is the all-seeing eye of Horus or wedjat ("whole one") - a powerful Egyptian symbol of protection. It is represented as a figure with six parts, corresponding to what Egyptians regarded as the six senses; touch, taste, hearing, sight, smell and thought.

Ben created Amon-Ra Shiraz to appeal to all these six senses.

Amon-Ra Tasting Videos by Ben Glaetzer

2014 Glaetzer Amon-Ra Shiraz

2013 Glaetzer Amon-Ra Shiraz

2012 Glaetzer Amon-Ra Shiraz

Amon-Ra Tasting Notes

Amon-Ra Press Reviews

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Ben Glaetzer makes unique, elegant wines with minimal intervention, which are regarded as classics and unmistakably Barossan. His ability to blend traditional winemaking techniques with a modern flair is reflected in the style of all wines under the Glaetzer label.

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