RESERVE: SHIRAZ

OVERVIEW

Rather than crushing all the grapes, Makers’ Project Shiraz is fermented with a portion of whole berries. This encourages fermentation to take place inside the berry itself, allowing a soft extraction of tannins and a distinctive, fruit driven aroma that sets the wine apart from more traditionally made Shiraz. A smooth finish, subtle fresh fruit, and spicy, savoury elements make this wine simply unforgettable.

PROCESS

Partial whole berry fermentation

REGION

Langhorne Creek | McLaren Vale

VINTAGE

2018

TASTING NOTES

“Partial Whole Berry Fermentation involves allowing a proportion of the berries to remain intact in the fermenter. Flavours of berry fruits and spice are achieved through this technique.”

Clare Dry
WOLF BLASS WINEMAKER

PARTIAL WHOLE BERRY FERMENTATION

Partial Whole Berry Fermentation involves allowing a proportion of the berries to remain intact in the fermenter. Flavours of berry fruits and spice are achieved through this technique.

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