2008 Neil Ashmead Grand Tourer Shiraz
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We’ve recently enjoyed tasting some older wines at Cellar Door and thought it would be great to release a small allocation of wines from the museum for you to enjoy at home.
This is the first release of the Grand Tourer Shiraz – a wine named after and produced in honour of Elderton co-founder, Neil Ashmead.
Grown from a single block on the Elderton Estate with the use of biodynamic methods, we believe this wine is something completely different and unexpected from Elderton, but sits perfectly within our premise to gain recog-nition for premier single vineyard wines. Fermented in our waxed open fermenters with heading boards and pressed early straight to new French oak hogsheads, for 12 months on gross lees. - Richard Langford
|Maturation||12 months new French oak on gross lees|
|Vine Age||planted 1954|
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