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Selkirk in the Scottish borders was the ancestral home of the Willson family. The wine is named in honour of Rebecca and Lucy's grandfather.

The 2016 Selkirk Shiraz offers distinctive varietal characters of lifted white pepper aroma, dark berry fruit, plum and savoury spice. It displays a well-balanced palate structure, soft supple tannins and well-integrated oak.

Technical analysis

ALCOHOL

14.5 %

RESIDUAL SUGAR

2.6 g/L

pH

3.49

ACIDITY

6.9 g/L

ORIGIN

Australia

WINEMAKER

Rebecca Willson

VARIETY

Shiraz (Syrah)

FINED USING

None

TIME IN OAK

18 months

MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION

Yes

CLOSURE

Screw top

BOTTLE SIZE

75cl

REGION

Langhorne Creek

VEGETARIAN

Yes

VEGAN

Yes

Vinification details

After fermenting in small open top fermenters the wine spent up to 18 months in selected new and older fine grain American oak. Parcels were chosen to give the final blend the best balance between varietal fruit character, complexity and structure.

Green credentials

Member of Sustainable Winegrowing Australia. Bremerton aims to be at the forefront of dealing with environmental issues within the wine industry and implements best practice principles on a wide range of environmental concerns including: caring for native wildlife, recycling winery waste products, water conservation policies, minimising pesticides and the use of sulphur, and working towards neutralisation of their carbon footprint.

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The tannins [are] plush and silky, the palate medium-bodied, the acidity refreshing, the drinkability without question.

Halliday Australian Wine Companion

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Selkirk in the Scottish borders was the ancestral home of the Willson family. The wine is named in honour of Rebecca and Lucy's grandfather.

Offers distinctive varietal characters of lifted white pepper aroma, dark berry fruit, plum and savoury spice. It displays a well-balanced palate structure, soft supple tannins and well-integrated oak.

Technical analysis

ALCOHOL

14.5 %

RESIDUAL SUGAR

2.2 g/L

pH

3.45

ACIDITY

6.6 g/L

ORIGIN

Australia

WINEMAKER

Rebecca Willson

VARIETY

Shiraz (Syrah)

TIME IN OAK

18 months

MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION

Yes

CLOSURE

Screw top

BOTTLE SIZE

75cl

REGION

Langhorne Creek

Vinification details

After fermenting in small open top fermenters the wine spent up to 18 months in selected new and older fine grain American oak. Parcels were chosen to give the final blend the best balance between varietal fruit character, complexity and structure.

Awards

Halliday Australian Wine Companion: 93 pts
IWC 2018: Silver
DWWA 2018: Silver

Green credentials

Member of Sustainable Winegrowing Australia. Bremerton aims to be at the forefront of dealing with environmental issues within the wine industry and implements best practice principles on a wide range of environmental concerns including: caring for native wildlife, recycling winery waste products, water conservation policies, minimising pesticides and the use of sulphur, and working towards neutralisation of their carbon footprint.

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Download full size images

Selkirk in the Scottish borders was the ancestral home of the Willson family. The wine is named in honour of Rebecca and Lucy's grandfather.

Offers distinctive varietal characters of lifted white pepper aroma, dark berry fruit, plum and savoury spice. It displays a well-balanced palate structure, soft supple tannins and well-integrated oak.

Technical analysis

ALCOHOL

14.5 %

RESIDUAL SUGAR

2.4 g/L

pH

3.39

ACIDITY

6.6 g/L

ORIGIN

Australia

WINEMAKER

Rebecca Willson

VARIETY

Shiraz (Syrah)

HARVEST DATE

March 2014

SULPHUR

Total: 109 Free: 19

MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION

Yes

CLOSURE

Screw top

BOTTLE SIZE

75cl

REGION

Langhorne Creek

Vinification details

After fermenting in small open top fermenters the wine spent up to 18 months in selected new and older fine grain American oak. Parcels were chosen to give the final blend the best balance between varietal fruit character, complexity and structure.

Green credentials

Member of Sustainable Winegrowing Australia.

Have a trade enquiry?
Contact us to discuss

Download full size images

Selkirk in the Scottish borders was the ancestral home of the Willson family. The wine is named in honour of Rebecca and Lucy's grandfather.

The 2013 Selkirk Shiraz offers distinctive varietal characters of lifted white pepper aroma, dark berry fruit, plum and savoury spice. It displays a well-balanced palate structure, soft supple tannins and well-integrated oak.

Technical analysis

ALCOHOL

14.5 %

RESIDUAL SUGAR

2.2 g/L

pH

3.44

ACIDITY

6.6 g/L

ORIGIN

Australia

WINEMAKER

Rebecca Willson

VARIETY

Shiraz (Syrah)

HARVEST DATE

March 2013

TIME IN OAK

up to 18 months

SULPHUR

Total: 75 Free: 32

MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION

Yes

CLOSURE

Screw top

BOTTLE SIZE

75cl

REGION

Langhorne Creek

Vinification details

After fermenting in small open top fermenters the wine spent up to 18 months in selected new and older fine grain American oak. Parcels were chosen to give the final wine the best balance between varietal fruit character and oak complexity and structure.

Awards

Halliday Australian Wine Companion: 90 pts
Matthew Jukes’ 100 Best Australian Wines

Green credentials

Member of Sustainable Winegrowing Australia.

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