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  • 2020 Grosset Release – Erin Larkin
    Aw yeah – the pre-release 2020 Grosset rieslings.  Every bit as good as you’d hope for and then some. 2020 might have gone to hell in a handbasket, but the wines are sensational. http://erinlarkin.com.au/project/grosset-2020-rieslings/
  • Vintage 2020
    Our harvest was down dramatically due to a lack of rain in winter as well as through the growing season, plus some variable weather at critical times (flowering and set).  The resultant bunches and berries were tiny (see pic). Fortunately, there was no fire close to us, so there is no chance of smoke taint affecting our wines. Recent upgrades mean that everything we do is now effectively managed ‘in house’. From
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  • State-of-Art Bottling
    Recent upgrades mean that everything we do is now effectively managed ‘in house’. From the planting and hand- tending of the vines through to on-site bottling and cellaring, all is taken care of by our team under strict ACO A-grade certified organic guidelines. The latest addition, a state-of-art bottling facility capable of handling tiny volumes without compromise (handy this year!), has completed the process. Grosset Vineyards and Winery are now poised to
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  • Gourmet Traveller Wine
    Australia’s Best Cellar Door Awards 2020 – Best Small Cellar Door Clare Valley.
  • G110 First Review
    I want to share the first review of our newest wine, G110. It is emphatic, insightful and wonderfully uplifting. We hope you enjoy it. Jeffrey Grosset Grosset G110 Clare Valley Riesling 2019 Just when we were all convinced that there was nothing more that the uber-fanatical Jeffrey Grosset could possibly do to make riesling of any more profound distinction, he has gone and honed his regime to an all new level of
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  • Wine Enthusiast (USA) Top 100 2019 – Polish Hill Riesling 2018 ranked #4
    This is a downright beautiful, textured and highly focused expression of Riesling. The nose is more open and fruit forward than the previous vintage, bursting with freshly sliced lime, guava, flowers and streaks of stony minerals. The palate is bone dry, slippery and fresh, with bright limey fruit and an endlessly long mouthwatering finish.  Drink now 2030. 96 points. To read more https://253qv1sx4ey389p9wtpp9sj0-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/BOY19_Enth100_WEB.pdf
  • Team Grosset Vintage 2019
    Many believe that great wines come from great vineyards. For Grosset, this has meant starting from scratch; choosing four unique sites, planting, nurturing, learning how to make beautiful wine from each. With each vintage, a new set of conditions and challenges is met with a willingness to change. This has never been truer than in 2019 with its exceptionally low yields due to a lack of winter rain.  We believe hand tending
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