Gralyn Estate

2001 Shiraz Cabernet - Equal Top Wine - Worlds Greatest Shiraz Challenge

Gralyn Estate

Gralyn Estate

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Watch our latest video - Wilyabrup Valley

The Wilyabrup Valley is a place of unparalleled beauty where the forest meets the sea.

We have been farming this land since 1968. The Wilyabrup brook carves its way through the property and offers a vital source of water for the farm and habitat for wildlife.

In 1975 we established a 4.5ha vineyard. The vines are now mature - forty five years old, non-irrigated and planted on some of the finest gravelly loam soils in the Wilyabrup region.

The quality of the fruit being produced is exceptional, with organic vineyard practices producing grapes with perfect balance, intense flavour and fine ripe tannins - essential building blocks for great wine.

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The perfumed aromas are deliciously seductive...

The perfumed aromas are deliciously seductive...

A new release from our cellar...

2013 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
Available to taste and purchase from Cellar Door or online via our website.

“There is a degree of understatement about this outstanding cabernet that I find really appealing. The fruit is intense, but not overpowering. It sits beautifully on the palate and, with the chalky tannins and fine-grained oak, builds inexorably to a very long finish. The perfumed aromas are deliciously seductive. Lovely wine.” 96/100

Ray Jordan, The West Australian Wine Guide

 

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Positive changes for our organic vineyard...

Positive changes for our organic vineyard...

The 2020 vintage seen us implement positive changes to our organic vineyard... A major breakthrough was the removal of sulphur (often used to fight pest attack and disease) from the spray regime.

The introduction of our own 'compost tea', brewed with beneficial microbes and fungi, has improved plant and soil health enabling the vineyard to naturally defend itself.

Great wine starts in the vineyard!

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