In Great Western we have a history of winemaking and viticulture dating back to the 1850's. The heritage allows us to access unique vineyards and produce distinctive wines that proudly reflect this region.
An alternative look at Shiraz, made in the Nouveau style, with the berries kept whole during a carbonic maceration and fermention. The result is this soft and delicious Shiraz with a lower alcohol and gentle structure. Best drunk young and slightly chilled.
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After fermentation it is gently basket pressed and then matured briefly in an old oak vat. This style was first made at Best’s in the early 1980’s.
The fruit for this wine was sourced from our Salvation Gully vineyard.