Grosset Gaia 2015
- 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.
James Suckling, jamessuckling.com, 14th August 2018
This has a very bold, ripe, rich and assertive feel to it. A powerful blend of cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc that is strapped on for the long haul. The nose has a cedary red currants, cassis and red plums, leading to a long and suave frame of tannins. It delivers a sleeve of summer-berry flavours in a seamless form. Great wine. 95 Points
Tyson Stelzer, Australian Wine Business Magazine, July/August 2018
There is a Zen-like focus and a compact intensity to this Gaia that define the epitome of cabernet. The fragrant violets and rose petals of cabernet franc create an alluring fragrance that hovers over a dense core of blackcurrant and cassis, flowing into a lingering finish of great energy, high-altitude acidity, intricately polished tannins and grand longevity. 96 Points
Huon Hooke, The Real Review, 21st April 2018
Deep, bright, youthful red/purple colour with a lovely bouquet of violets and blackberry, blueberry and subtle spices. The wine is likewise elegant and refined on the tongue, full-bodied but finely-textured and extremely stylish. Long carry. This should age superbly. 95 Points. 5 Stars