Borrowing its name from the address on Gaelic Cemetery Road, Grant Arnold’s 20-year-old vineyard is situated at an altitude of 400 metres about 3 kilometres north of the township of Clare. The vines are planted with an easterly aspect in gravelly loam, limestone and red–yellow clay, and consistently crop at a miserly 1.9 tonnes per acre.

Super-inky and dense: the tannins and fruit are fused on the palate. The oak plays a significant role at this stage, perhaps another year or 2 will allow it to sink into the fruit. If you are chasing medium-weight red, then you might like to saunter on by this wine – it is huge; the fruit capable of much satisfaction. Drink to: 2028; Price: $28.00; Alcohol: 14.5%; Rating: 93 Points; Erin Larkin; James Halliday Wine Companion

Very deep, dense red/purple colour. The aromas are of essency, very ripe and concentrated black fruits, laced with charry coconutty oak. A full-bodied, high-tannin shiraz with a forceful and long, tannic finish, the slight bitterness doesn't mar the wine. It's young and has a bright future. Outstanding value, but it needs more time. Date Tasted: February 2022; Drink: 2024 to 2037; Price: $28.00; Alcohol: 14.5%; Rating: 93 Points; Huon Hooke; The Real Review



SKU 15678
Brand Gaelic Cemetery
Shipping Weight 1.3333kg
Unit Of Measure ea

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