Grosset Gaia 2013
- In 2014, Grosset Gaia was included on the Langton Classification of Australian Wine, widely regarded as the best publication of its kind outside Europe. This recognises Grosset Gaia as one of the most sought-after wines produced in this country.
Tyson Stelzer, WBM, July/August 2016
Magnificently elegant and fragrant; a Gaia of the highest order, of wonderfully evocative grace and understated endurance. It captures its cool, high site with eloquence, presenting a pronounced violet fragrance that hovers over a core of blackcurrant fruit. In sheer line and length, one of the greatest Clare reds of the modern era. 97 Points.
Campbell Mattinson, Winefront, 30 January 2016
The word humdinger comes to mind. It’s one for the cabernet die-hards. It’s mellifluous and yet it oozes tannin. And class. It tastes of blackcurrant, eucalypt, cocoa-rich chocolate, earth and tabacco. It is, simply, beautifully formed, and wonderfully long. 96 Points.