Grosset Polish Hill Riesling
A striking example of Clare Valley riesling. One of ‘25 Great Vineyards of the World’ (Wine and Spirit Magazine, USA), rated Exceptional’ by Langton’s Wine Classification.
Grosset Springvale Riesling
This single-site wine epitomises riesling from the Watervale sub-region. One of ‘Australia’s Five Most Collected White Wines’ (Wine Ark), rated ‘Outstanding’ by Langton’s Wine Classification.
Grosset Alea Riesling
Harvested from an estate-owned vineyard dedicated to this distinctive style, this wine is a wonderfully different expression of the variety.
Fiano is a variety originating from the south of Italy, and in ancient Rome it was said to make wine that resembled honey.
Grosset Semillon Sauvignon Blanc
Estate-grown Clare Valley semillon seamlessly blended with single vineyard Adelaide Hills sauvignon blanc. James Halliday has rated it in his ‘Top 100 Wines’ for three consecutive years.
Clare Valley shiraz-based wine. Perfumed, complex, weighty yet perfectly balanced; twenty-four months in French oak, this is a serious wine.
An elegant, savoury blend of cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc, the vineyard’s altitude imparts a uniqueness to this wine. ‘…a model of consistency.’ James Halliday (Weekend Australian).
Grosset Piccadilly Chardonnay
From the exceptionally cool Piccadilly Valley in the Adelaide Hills, this chardonnay is deliberately restrained.
Grosset Pinot Noir
Rising from the shadow of the rieslings is this limited production from the Adelaide Hills. One of Australia’s ‘Top 20 Pinot Noirs’, (Gourmet Traveller Wine).
Jeffrey Grosset’s fascination with the ancient art of distillation has led to the creation of a unique spirit from premium riesling.