Grampians Estate has established an iconic reputation for its cool-climate peppery shiraz. Two vineyards provide the secret to its success: the eight acre Mafeking vineyard, first planted in 1989, is located south of the Great Dividing Range alongside the Grampians National Park, whilst the Great Western St Ethels vineyard features some 130 year-old shiraz vines.
The 2019 Grampians Sauvignon Blanc exhibits fresh and delicate aromas of tropical fruit and cut grass. On the palate the clean youthful flavours of melon, gooseberry and passionfruit makes this a wine for easy drinking.
Available from the Great Western Hotel at $35 a bottle or $10 a glass