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  • Cellar Door Opening Times for Autumn 2021
    Cellar Door Opening Times for Autumn  We are open during the following dates to coincide with our Autumn release. (Easter) Saturday 3rd April to (Gourmet) Sunday 23rd May   Wednesday to Sunday 10am-5pm Tastings will be conducted with members seated. We recommend booking. All surfaces and seating will be sanitised between tastings. Members may enquire about bookings outside of this period – call 1800 088 223. Members’ Aged Wine Cellar Purchasing from our cellar means provenance is
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  • Grosset Gaia 2018 – 29th Release
    The 2018 vintage has been another impressive one for ‘Gaia’: while it has the power, density of flavour, and structure of cabernet, it has the plush texture and the approachability of the best examples of the variety. Of course, it will soften and flesh out with good cellaring…read more Peter Forrestal Grosset Gaia 2018 – hand harvested cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc
  • Grosset Autumn 2021 release
    Autumn Release 2021 We are delighted to announce the release of Grosset Gaia 2018, Nereus 2018, Piccadilly Chardonnay 2019 and Pinot Noir 2019 on 1st March. We believe our response to the conditions of two very different vintages and regions, has produced four beautiful wines that we are proud to share with you. Jeffrey Grosset Grosset Gaia 2018 – 29th Release   The 2018 vintage has been another impressive one for ‘Gaia’: while it
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  • Decanter Magazine (UK) celebrates Grosset Wines’ 40 years by profiling founder, Jeffrey Grosset.
    “Four decades on, this pioneering Clare Valley producer’s commitment to making world-class Riesling is unwavering – a goal that’s led its founder to embrace biodynamics, blockchain projects and more.” David Sly For the full Decanter Producer Profile article CLICK HERE
  • 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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