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  • Reviews 91 points - Q Wine Wine Notes From the Sherry vineyard (planted 1955) and Wait vineyard (1943) in the Blewitt Springs sub region of McLaren Vale. The Sherry vineyard fruit was crushed and destemmed, while the Wait vineyard fruit had about 20% whole bunches left in the ferment. After fermentation the wines were pressed and settled and sent to old oak puncheons and barriques for malolactic fermentation and maturation. The wine was not fined or filtered. Bottled September 2018 150 cases produced Photo by Scott Serfas:  https://www.serfasphoto.com/index  
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    2018 Fiano was harvested from the Lacey vineyard in the Sellicks Foothills sub region of McLaren Vale on Feb 19, 2018. The wine was not crushed but destemmed, then whole berry pressed to both barrels and tank. Barrels were fermented wild with full solids while the tank portion was racked of gross lees before undergoing fermentation using cultured yeast. No other additions were made. After primary fermentation was complete, the wines were racked off gross lees to tank and then kept at 0°C for four months with no SO2 in order to allow the yeast lees to remain active and offer protection from oxidation and develop texture in the wine, but with the cold temperatures preventing the onset of malolactic fermentation. A small amount of SO2 was then added and the wine was bottled without fining or filtration. Artwork by Saul Matthews.
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    The Sangiovese for our 2018 rosé was harvested from the Mayfield vineyard in the Sellicks Foothills sub region of McLaren Vale on March 7. It was crushed and left on skins for 4 hours before it was basket pressed and fermented cool in tanks with wild and cultured yeast. It was bottled unfined and unfiltered. Artwork by Saul Matthews.  
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    64% Clarendon (McLaren Vale) Grenache, 36% Kangaroo Island Tempranillo. 30% whole bunches, wild yeasts, no fining or filtering. Bright, juicy and perfumed. Bottled young in order to preserve its youthful vibrancy. An ideal wine for McLaren Vale's hot summer climate. 100 dozen produced.  
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    From a vineyard on Strout Road, Willunga sub-region, McLaren Vale. Crushed and destemmed, fermented cool and slow. Pressed off to old French oak barriques. Minimal sulphur added. 14.3% alc/vol. A young, juicy Grenache meant for easy consumption and versatility. This is the ‘smashable’ Grenache, good with food or without, on a summer or winters day. The finest BBQ wine money can buy!
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    From the Whites Valley and Dry Creek vineyards in the Sellicks Foothills sub region of McLaren Vale. Delivers all the hallmarks of McLaren Vale Shiraz; juicy, concentrated, fruit driven and delicious. 17% large format new oak.
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    The 2017 Dodgy Bros GSM is a blend of 45% Grenache, 40% Shiraz and 15% Mataro, all from the Sellicks Foothills sub region of McLaren Vale. Grenache is from the Pappas vineyard on Plains Road, the Shiraz from the Dry Creek vineyard on Ryan Road and the Mataro from the Mayfield vineyard on Rogers Road. The fruit was all crushed and destemmed and matured in large format oak, with no filtering or fining before bottling.
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    93 points - Andrew Graham, Oz Wine Review

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    The 2016 Grenache is a blend of two vineyards from the north-east end of McLaren Vale. 1.6 tonne of fruit was harvested from Bernard Smart’s vineyard in Clarendon (planted in 1921), and 1.3 tonne of fruit came from the Wait family vineyard in Blewitt Springs (planted in 1942). The Smart fruit was crushed and destemmed while the Wait fruit was left with approximately 30% whole bunches. Ferments were handled gently with no additions, pressed to old large format oak up on completion of primary fermentation and left on fine lees for elevage. The wines were not fined or filtered.
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    88% Sangiovese (Blewitt Springs), 12% Cabernet Franc (Sommerville vineyard), Malpas Road. Picked early to retain freshness and vibrancy. Fermented with 30% whole bunches. Matured in very old 500L French and Hungarian oak puncheons. No fining or filtering. Bottled June 21,2017. 130 cases produced. Label photo by Eric Wilkes.
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    93 points - "Very smart, modern and delicious Shiraz - a bargain!" Andrew Graham, www.ozwinereview.com.au

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    88% Shiraz, 12% Mataro. Shiraz from three vineyards – Dry Creek vineyard and Whites Valley vineyard in the Sellicks Foothills sub region, and the Sherry vineyard (planted 1955) in the Kangarilla sub region. Crushed and destemmed, 12-14-day ferments. Pressed to tank and settled for three days before gravity racking to French and American oak hogsheads (7% new). Wines were not filtered or fined. Bottled June 21, 2017. 300 cases produced. Photo: Scott Serfas, snowboarder: Travis Rice.
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    The 2017 Cabernet Franc was produced with fruit from the Sommerville vineyard on Malpas Road., just outside of Willunga. 1.2t were harvested on March 24. 2017 was a vintage that was moderately cool by McLaren Vale standards, and saw grapes ripen with excellent phenological ripeness in congruence with sugar ripeness, leading to good flavour at lower alcohols in the finished wines. Ferments were kept cool and therefore fermented slow, and after primary fermentation the wine was gently basket pressed into old oak and matured on fine lees for 12 months prior to bottling. The wine was bottled unfined and unfiltered.
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    We had lots of good names for this wine, it ended up being quite a dilemma deciding which one to use! 50% Cabernet Franc and 38% Cabernet Sauvignon from the Sommerville vineyard on Malpas Road, and 12% Merlot from the Lennon vineyard on Pethick Road. The Cabernet Sauvignon was matured in brand new French oak barriques while the Cabernet Franc and Merlot were aged in old French oak. Like the wines of the Right Bank of Bordeaux, the Cabernet Franc drives the aroma and flavour profile, while the Cabernet Sauvignon provides structure and backbone. The Merlot finishes off the blend by adding some flesh and juiciness to the front palate.
  • Reviews

    94 points - Andrew Graham, www.ozwinereview.com

    Wine Notes

    The 2017 Grenache is a blend of two vineyards from the north-east end of McLaren Vale. 1.6 tonne of fruit was harvested from Bernard Smart’s vineyard in Clarendon (planted in 1921), and 1.3 tonne of fruit came from the Wait family vineyard in Blewitt Springs (planted in 1942). The Smart fruit was crushed and destemmed while the Wait fruit was left with approximately 30% whole bunches. Ferments were handled gently with no additions, pressed to old large format oak up on completion of primary fermentation and left on fine lees for elevage. The wines were not fined or filtered.
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    From the Pappas vineyard and Blown Away vineyards on Plains Road, and the Prime vineyard on Tatachilla Road. Perfumed, floral and medium bodied, balanced and long, this Grenache is a pure expression of these three vineyards, with no additions and matured in old French barriques. It's our Archetype.
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    From a single vineyard on Bayliss Road in the Sellicks Foothills sub region of McLaren Vale. Matured in 75% new French oak, only four barrels produced. Crushed and destemmed and no adjustments. 11-day ferment, then basket pressed to tank to settle off solids, three days later racked to barriques. Our Archetype Shiraz is our attempt at bridging the gap between classic and modern McLaren Vale styles: concentrated and powerful yet restrained. Intense but still elegant.