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Red Wine, Grampians

The Grampians wine region is situated near the Grampians National Park and the Pyrenees hills in Victoria. Only a two hour’s drive west from Melbourne, this area is known primarily for their luscious, full-bodied red wine such as Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, but it is also known to produce crisp, citrus-driven Rieslings.

Home to over 15 wineries, Grampians enjoys a Mediterranean climate because of its closeness to the Southern Ocean which brings a wave of cool winds to the vineyards during the summer. During the daytime, the temperatures tend to range from warm to hot and it cools down to cold temperatures during the night. Autumns in Grampians are blissfully mild which allowing for ideal conditions for ripening grapes. The soil of this region is divided into two main types: soil which is acidic grey brown loamy sands and clay loam soils, and hard yellow soil with structured clay sub soils. Because of the acidity of the soils, the pH levels have to be increased with the addition of lime to make them favorable for grape growth. This may explain the hints of acidity and citruses in the wines of this region.
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  1. Seppelt Chalambar Shiraz 1997
    Seppelt founded in 1851 in the Great Western sub region. It is widely known for its range of cool climate Shiraz and sparkling wines produced from its selection of vineyards in the Grampians, Henty and Heathcote regions. ... Learn More
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    James Halliday
  2. Pondalowie Special Release Cabernet Sauvignon 2004
    The first Pondalowie wines released in 2002 were met with critical acclaim, as have the vintages that followed. Awarded a five star rating by James Halliday consecutively every year from 2006 to 2016, Pondalowie wines are widely regarded as some of Australia’s’ ... Learn More
  3. Pondalowie Special Release Shiraz 2008
    The first Pondalowie wines released in 2002 were met with critical acclaim, as have the vintages that followed. Awarded a five star rating by James Halliday consecutively every year from 2006 to 2016, Pondalowie wines are widely regarded as some of Australia’s’ ... Learn More
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    James Halliday
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