Whilst Shiraz is Australia’s most widely planted wine-grape, there is still a lot more of it grown in its homeland in the southeast of France where it is known as Syrah. The classic warm climate Australian styles (Penfold’s Grange being the most famous) are dense, almost chewy wines, which taste mostly of dried fruits and chocolate. Cooler climates produce wines that are lighter and full of spice. Somewhere in between the two is where Willow Bridge aims to be – where the wines are both generous and vibrant.
- WA - Other Western Australian
- Western Australia
Winery Tasting Notes
Dark black plums, blueberry and lashings of vanilla with gentle nuances of baking spices.
An immediate presence on the palate of deep, sweet plum, light oak cedar and fine tannin. A silky texture and a warming palate, with tannin building on the finish.
Will reward cellaring to at least 2020 and beyond.
Medals & Trophies
SILVER MEDAL, GEOGRAPHE WINE SHOW 2015