The Natural Wine Co No added Preservative Shiraz 2018 (12 x 750mL), NSW.

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The Natural Wine Co. is a collective of wine community professionals who initially banded together to fill a niche for an organic, preservative free, fruit driven Shiraz.

Since releasing this initial 2014 Shiraz the restaurateur, distributor, vigneron, winemaker and banker continued working together to deliver a range of wines which now comprises The Natural Wine Co. Organic Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Shiraz.

The winegrowing behind The Natural Wine Co. sits with a very experienced organic grower, Jason O’Dea. The vineyards, which have been grown organically for many years are located at Canowindra in the Central Range of New South Wales.

NSW - Cowra
New South Wales

Expert Reviews

"Deep crimson red. Meaty aromas at first, with a little stewed-plum and cherry plus a touch of spice. It takes a little while for the fruit to shine but it opens up beautifully. The palate is bright and intense with snappy red fruit flavours. A modern, medium-bodied shiraz and one of the best preservative free wines I have tried. Drink it in its youth." THE REAL REVIEW, Toni Paterson MW

A bold, juicy red produced again from fruit grown near Canowindra. Brief maturation in French and American oak has added a touch of complexity. Preservatives have been avoided, attesting to quite remarkable and skilful winemaking in achieving such brightness and clarity of appearance and flavour.” OZBABY BOOMERS, John Rozentals, June 2018

“It’s pretty flavoursome. It offers simple notes of raspberry, blueberry, peppercorn and red cherry and while there are smoky/twiggy notes too, the swoosh of fruit is the main go. It smells clean and pure and tastes it too, everything on open and uncomplicated display…” THE WINE FRONT, Campbell Mattinson, 2018

Winery Tasting Notes

Ripe plum in colour this Shiraz has aromas of raspberry, cherry and tobacco complimented with some nuttiness. These flavours follow onto the palate in an enticing way and are well balance by silky tannins and vanilla spiced oak. Being medium bodied this wine can be enjoyed upon release, or benefit from short term cellaring.

NSW - Cowra
Grape Style
Shiraz / Syrah
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

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David and Wizz O'Dea are the founders of Windowrie Estate. David O'Dea completed a degree in Agriculture at Hawkesbury University in 1961. Wizz O'Dea began her life on a farm situated near the Hunter Valley and married David in 1964. Windowrie was purchased in 1959 and David and Wizz worked together in the production of various cereal crops.

The decision to diversify into grape growing in the 1980's dramatically changed the family's fortunes. From humble beginnings Windowrie Estate now boasts the region's first winery and employs up to 45 people in casual labour and 14 people in full time labour.

Stephen (Steph) O'Dea completed a Bachelor of Building Degree at Canberra University and has put his skills to good use, reconstructing The Mill in Cowra to operate as a retail outlet for Windowrie wine. Work on The Mill began in February 1996 and the Cellar Door opened in October of the same year.

Steph is currently living and working in Shanghai, China with his wife Katie.

Dimity (Doe) O'Dea completed Wine Marketing at Roseworthy University in Adelaide. Doe spent part of her course living in Amsterdam, where she studied the Dutch wine market. Through Doe's extensive world travel, she has gained an invaluable global perspective on world wine markets. Doe now spends her time between Australia and Amsterdam with her husband and two boys.

Jason O'Dea completed Viticulture at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga in New South Wales in 1994. In 1996 he travelled for 18 months on a global vineyard discovery tour, studying different viticultural practices in North America, South America and Europe. Since returning to Australia, Jason has applied this knowledge to the management of Windowrie's vineyards while developing new ideas for further improvements to wine quality.

Petrina (Nook) O'Dea completed a communications degree at Charles Sturt University Bathurst in New South Wales in 2004. Nook has worked in digital media communications and spent much of her time travelling. She has now joined the team at Windowrie and is working with the company's communications and marketing division.

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