Moving to the Barossa Valley in 2004 has been the correct move with one of the many benefits being attuning to the moods of nature since you quickly understand how this flows rapidly back to the quality of the wine.
Another move came in 2015 when I purchased my residence which is among the vineyards in the location called Vine Vale.
2019 was the second of three dry years which means smaller crops and smaller berry sizes. So, the 2019s have plenty of colour and a real back palate grip though the Barossa does not do unripe vintages so you will find plenty of fruit and the usual full-bodied flavours.
Will compare nicely to the 2016 and 2018 vintages which it should be judged against.