Byron & Harold Gravity Great Southern Shiraz 2014
  • 5 Star James Halliday rated winery
  • Complex West Australian Shiraz
  • Loaded with cherry, plum and spice flavours

Byron & Harold Gravity Great Southern Shiraz 2014 x12

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Hailed as one of the Top 10 Wineries of 2015 in James Halliday's Australian Wine Companion, Byron & Harold from WA's Great Southern region are a winery on a roll. This elegant Shiraz is loaded with plum, cherry and spice flavours and while drinking beautifully now, will also blossom with age.

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Cellar for 6 - 8 years






Slow cooked lamb rosettes with a red wine jus.


15 Months French Oak


Deep red with purple hue.


Complex lifted nose of dark berries, plum and subtle savoury oak.


Medium bodied with complex dark fruits, earthiness and subtle toasty oak. Fine chewy tannins with a full firm finish and great length frame the palate.


The Shiraz was machine harvested then destemmedcrushed into 8 tonne fermenters where it was cold soaked to extract and retain desirable varietal flavours and aromas. The fermenters were pumped over with aeration twice a day, temperature was held around 25°C to prevent over extraction of tannins locked in the skins. Maceration was not extended due to the same reason. The wine was then transferred in barrel for malolactic fermentation allowing a soft integration of the grape and Oak tannins. The wine was fined with egg whites then bottled after 15 months barrel maturation.

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