Heathcote Estate Grenache Noir 2006 (6 x 750mL), Heathcote, VIC.

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This Heathcote Grenache Noir is medium-bodied with raspberry, blackberry and cherry characters and hints of earthiness.

VIC - Heathcote

Expert Reviews

Bright but light hue; has an extra degree of conviction to the spicy components in the long, well-balanced palate. Rating 90 - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion Edition 2009

Winery Tasting Notes

Grape Varietals

Grenache 93%, Shiraz 7%.


This wine has aromas of raspberry, blackberry and cherries with hints of earthiness.


The flavours reflect the aromas and the palate structure is medium bodied and rich with fine tannins and a lingering finish. This wine will continue to age well for up to five years (and perhaps longer) under ideal storage conditions.

Winemaking Notes

The grapes were fermented in open fermenters after four days of cold soaking and then plunged three times per day. The wine was kept on skins for one week after fermentation was completed before pressing directly into barriques for malolactic fermentation. The resultant wine was then racked twice before bottling in June.

VIC - Heathcote
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Winery Profile

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Yabby Lake is a dynamic Australian wine producer intent on crafting wines with a genuine sense of identity. We own vineyards in three distinct regions of Victoria, producing single vineyard wines under the Yabby Lake and Heathcote Estate labels. Red Claw and Cooralook are regional expressions of Mornington Peninsula, Heathcote and the Strathbogie Ranges.

Founded by the Kirby family, the Yabby Lake business is now headed up by Chief Winemaker and General Manager Tom Carson with a dedicated team of the industry's most experienced wine professionals working to deliver the Kirby family vision.

The first chapter of this exciting Australian wine story started in 1992 when the Kirby family planted its first vineyard at Red Hill on Victoria's Mornington Peninsula. Intimately involved in the Mornington Peninsula region for decades, it was only natural that founders Robert and Mem Kirby would plant their first vines in the area.

In 1998, after much searching and careful planning, the Yabby Lake Vineyard was established in the sub-region of Moorooduc.

One year later, a rare and special parcel of land on the ancient Cambrian soils of Heathcote was planted with the sole objective to grow and craft one wine - a single vineyard shiraz.

Around the same time, the family also purchased the original Mount Helen Vineyard in the Strathbogie Ranges.

The Kirby family began working with viticulturist Keith Harris and soon engaged Larry McKenna to oversee the early vintages. Renowned Mornington Peninsula winemaker Tod Dexter was employed in 2004, applying his specialist knowledge of the region.

In 2008, after a decade of careful planning of the family's wine interests, Robert and Mem handed control of the family's vineyards and established labels to their children Nina and Clark.

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