An award winning Shiraz blend, vintaged from Estate dry-grown fruit. A small quantity of this outstanding wine has been carefully cellared and re-released as a Museum wine. This award winning shiraz blend has aged gracefully - achieving 5 Stars and 98 points in both The 2015 and 2021 World's Greatest Shiraz Challenge. In the latest competition it was equal top to Penfolds Grange and Henschke Hill of Grace - a great accolade for an 'aged' Margaret River wine from one of the region's smallest, but most highly regarded boutique wineries.
"A beautifully matured wine. Makes you think of a comfortable old leather chair. It is generous and brooding and drinking very well right now."
98 Points Winestate Magazine - Worlds Greatest Shiraz Challenge 2021
“An exceptional group of concentrated wines.” Agreed the judges. “I have not seen a better flight of shiraz and syrah wines with such a lovely level of elegance and concentration.” said one judge. “These are not over extracted and show beautiful balance of expensive, appropriately handled oak, with the expressive fruit.” “Again the aged wines showed their pedigree, fabulous wines of great character and consistency.” Said another.
Judges comments, Winestate Magazine - Worlds Greatest Shiraz Challenge 2021
“Lovely example of the great Aussie blend. It is still amazingly bright and alive, beautifully complex with a perfect, seamless palate.”
5 Stars Winestate Magazine - World’s Greatest Shiraz Challenge 2015
“An awesome class of iconic wines. Here we see delivery of harmonious, intense wines with length and complexity but above all - drinkability!”
Judge, Winestate Magazine - World's Greatest Shiraz Challenge 2015
Best of Style, nominated for Wine of the Year Finals, Winestate Magazine 2021
Best of Style, nominated for Wine of the Year Finals, Winestate Magazine 2015 Trophy, Best Individual Wine of the Show, 2003 Sheraton WA Wine Awards Gold Medal, 2003 Sheraton WA Wine Awards
Gold Medal, class 15, 2002 Perth Royal Wine Show
Gold Medal, 2002 Sheraton WA Wine Awards
Gold Medal, class 53, 2003 Rutherglen Wine Show