Awards & Reviews

Grosset Gaia 2019

Awards :

Langton Classification VII: Rated ‘Excellent’

Reviews :

Tyson Stelzer – WBM

To achieve such intensity, determination and purpose without power, endurance without firmness, and fragrance without simplicity, is surely Cabernet’s highest calling. The most pristine blackcurrant signature conceivable. Mineral-fine, breathtakingly fragrant, textbook pure, irresistibly elegant and desperately persistent. Utterly sublime.  APR 2022   97/100

Toni Paterson MW – Gourmet Traveller Wine (Best Buy Wines – Wines to Cellar)

The overarching word to describe this magnificent wine is ‘clarity’, an attribute near impossible to achieve without meticulous viticulture and uncompromising winemaking. The grapes are sourced from the isolated, high-altitude Gaia Vineyard, where a mix of closely planted cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc vines grow among rocky outcrops at 560m in altitude. Distinctive mulberry, redcurrant and dark cherry flavours are corseted by silky ripe tannin. Magnificent.  APR 2022

Stuart Knox – Real Review

Deep and intense ruby core into a bright purple rim. Blackberry, bay leaf and curing beef aromatics. Medium in weight but not lacking in fruit intensity, there’s blackberry and olive notes alongside an earthy-savoury depth. The tannins are finely woven throughout the palate and they drive the whole wine very long. It lingers on the tongue for an age. Time will just add to its sense of poise and place. Cellar 2022–2034   07 MAR 2022   95/100