Exciting news from Grosset HQ. On 18 March
2019, Jeffrey Grosset and David Travers (from the Clare Valley Wine &
Grape Association) won the Premier’s Blockchain
Innovation Challenge in Adelaide. The pair pitched their idea in a Shark Tank-like competition as part of
the ADC Blockchain Challenge conference.
It’s a big deal.
The pair ... Read more
Initial indications suggest flavoursome wines will result from the concentrated and intensely flavoured fruit. Volumes, however, are down across the board, in fact, the lowest for decades. Time will tell. There is little doubt there will be some stunningly impressive wines, albeit in record low quantities.
After 38 years, the Grosset Wine Cellar is now open to Grosset members. Situated immediately behind Cellar Door, members can browse and purchase cellared older vintages (with sales restricted to members only).
Also, Grosset members will now receive periodical mature wine offers.
Grosset Wines has been named amongst the ‘Wine & Spirits Top 100 Wineries’ of 2018 for the 4th year in a row! Each year, the Wine & Spirits panel blind taste more than 15,000 wines being presented for tasting. The Top 100 wineries have earned the highest scores ... Read more
Grosset Wines has been named 2018 ‘Winery of the Year’ by wine expert Matthew Jukes.
Jukes announced this at the launch in May, of his ‘Best 100 Australian Wines’ report for 2018/19 at Australia House in London.
Grosset Piccadilly Chardonnay 2016 was also listed in Jukes’ ‘Best 100 Australian Wines’ ... Read more
August 2nd 2017, Grosset Wines was awarded Qantas epiQure Halliday Wine Companion 2018 Australian ‘Best Value Winery’.
In announcing the award James Halliday said “Jeffrey Grosset is unchallenged as Australia’s greatest maker of riesling, but he also makes sublime chardonnay and pinot noir from the Adelaide Hills, semillon sauvignon ... Read more