2005 Schild Estate Wines GMS Grenache Mataro Shiraz

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2005 Schild Estate Wines GMS Grenache Mataro Shiraz

Barossa Valley, South Australia, AUSTRALIA
$16.99 Bottle
  • Cellar 3 - 4 years (2009-2010)
  • ABV 15%
  • Closure: Screw Cap

The modern Australian Wine Industry can be described as a tapestry of Western Culture, peppered with Eastern influences.

The early European Migrants arrived in Australia in the mid 1840s, many coming to avoid religious persecution. The hardships endured are unimaginable by contemporary standards, yet these pioneers from Germany, Italy, France, England, Scotland, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Croatia, Greece, Switzerland, Ukraine, Russia and Poland created the basis of the wine industry that has conquered the world, through its superb flavour packed wines.

The Schild story dates back to 1866 when the family immigrated from Poland – as part of an exodus from religious persecution. For many years the Schilds toiled the harsh farmlands of the Mallee country near Lameroo. In 1952, a 40 acre farm was purchased in the BarossaValley, the Three Springs farm, which had a small vineyard included. Over the years the Schilds have expanded their holding, growing fruit mainly for other people. In 1998, the bold step of crushing 7 tonnes of grapes was made, which produced 450 cases of wine.

Today the Schild’s holdings extend to over 380 acres, with production of a wide variety of red and white wine

Tasting Note: Very deep crimson colour with deep mauve hue. Lifted nose of violets, raspberry and spice followed by confectionary and liquorice allsorts, delivering a perfumed sniff. The palate has excellent weight, with flavours of liquorice, toasted oak and spice followed by blackberry and raspberry jam. Soft tannins. Long aftertaste of raspberry, liquorice and spice.
Cellar 3-4 years (2009-2010)
Alc/Vol: 15%