Bremerton have been experimenting with making wine without preservatives for a number of years, resulting in this Shiraz.
Rich and ripe with a concentrated plum fruit core and a silky texture.
TIME IN OAK
Fruit was picked from Bremerton’s Langhorne Creek vineyard. After fermenting in open top fermenters, the wine was pressed to oak and aged on lees for four months. The natural concentration of anthocyanin (colour) helps preserve this fresh and vibrant wine. Selected barrels were carefully gravity-racked to blend then sent to bottle young to capture the vibrancy.
Halliday Australian Wine Companion: 91 pts
Member of Sustainable Winegrowing Australia. Bremerton aims to be at the forefront of dealing with environmental issues within the wine industry and implements best practice principles on a wide range of environmental concerns including: caring for native wildlife, recycling winery waste products, water conservation policies, minimising pesticides and the use of sulphur, and working towards neutralisation of their carbon footprint.
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