Sellicks Hill `Valletta` SGM 2010 (12 x 750mL), McLaren Vale, SA.

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We refer to this wine as the Giant Killer, because it packs a punch well above it’s weight.

Spicy, cheeky and certainly no wall flower. For all its front, Valletta loves to show its more elegant side when given time to breathe.

Drink now and into the future.

Paul Petagna - Winemaker

SA - McLaren Vale
South Australia

Grays Tasting Panel Review

Such a beautiful blend!

Powerful in mouth, yet very soft and velvety.

Beautiful palate of blueberries, raspberries, all sort of berries! It’s peppery, a bit cheeky with a touch of aniseed.

This is a gentleman wine, it’s powerful and broad, yet elegant and soft.

Beautifully made and wonderful to drink! Will also be sure to impress! 94 points – Sephanie, GraysWine Tasting Panel (NOV/2015)

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SA - McLaren Vale
Grape Style
Shiraz Blends
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Winery Profile

Some have wineries, but here at Sellicks Hill, we have “ The Shed “

When Paul first met his wife to be, Angela, it wasn’t long before he realised how important a role wine was in the life of his Italian born father-in-law to be, Modestino Piombo’s life.

Before too long Paul found himself riding shot-gun in Modestino (Steve’s) HZ Kingswood ute, on their way to Mclaren Vale to pick grenache that was to be brought back to surburban Adelaide to be turned into wine.

These antics took place in Steves work Shed and it is from there the winemaking duo were to spark a great relationship both with each other but also with Grapes, Wine and Sheds.

Jump forward to today.

After purchasing the property at Sellicks Hill in Mclaren vale, that the Piombo family turned into a vineyard, it didn’t take the two wine nuts long to turn one of the Sheds into a micro Winery.

“The Shed” was born. Once the produce in the shed was found to be of excellent quality it wasn’t long before every mate, wine nut and general drunkard were to come calling. Tasting from barrel to barrel whilst pontificating over the merits of its contents became a regular event with visitors quite regularly finding themselves in a time-warp that would eat away hours with only the dreaded phone call from the missus brining the ritual to an end.

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