Carefully selected parcels of grapes were sourced from a selection of renowned Shiraz vineyards in premium Australian wine regions, including Wrattonbully on the Limestone Coast and Langhorne Creek in South Australia, and Swan Reach in New South Wales, where brilliant sun and ancient soils do their best.
Formed some 750,000 years ago, the Limestone Coast region in the south-east of South Australia consists of an underlying limestone base which, when coupled with the relatively cool climate, contributes to unique grape growing conditions. On fine, deep and fertile soils, Langhorne Creek is one of Australia's oldest and most significant wine regions. Adjacent to Lake Alexandrina, Australia’s largest permanent freshwater lake, the region’s climate is characterized by low winter dominant rainfall, and due to cooling breezes from the lake, enjoys moderate daytime temperatures during the growing season.
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