McLaren Vale, South Australia
One of the original McLaren Vale pioneers, Thomas Goss, his wife Mary and their children arrived in South Australia from Devonshire in 1849. After success in the Victorian gold fields he established an iconic farming property in McLaren Vale which is now home to some of the region’s leading vineyards. This wine is a tribute to Thomas Goss’s contribution to The Vale.
In choosing what to drink, Australian Wine Editor Harvey Steiman says, "Look to Australia." And suggest five wines that aren't called Shiraz ... "They’re not even big reds. But they might surprise you with how good they are, and their prices are far from daunting. For these wines, quality has been consistent, so don’t sweat the vintage.”
With it's 91 Point review earlier this year, Thomas Goss Shiraz 2010 secured it's #6 position on Wine Spectator's annual round up of the year's top values. That's high praise for this little McLaren Vale wonder.
91 Pts. and described as, “Plush-textured and multi-layered, delivering a serious mouthful of blackberry, guava, cherry and black pepper flavors that persist into the expressive finish...” Click on the link below to download the sell sheet.