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Chalambar Shiraz was first crafted in 1953 by Australian winemaking legend Colin Preece. Named after the picturesque mount Chalambar located in Victoria’s Grampians region, this wine is a multi-regional blend of premium shiraz parcels sourced from some of Victoria’s finest viticultural regions.
The 2021 vintage harnesses the individual strengths and distinct characteristics of spicy, dark fruited Grampians shiraz and is complemented by juicy Heathcote shiraz. In true Chalambar style, it displays great depth of flavour, elegant structure and the potential to age gracefully for many years.
Dark fruited blackberry and plum along regional black pepper and spice of the Grampians to create an enticing nose with a hint of flinty minerality.
Soft and plush with a fine, medium-bodied structure. Blackberry and mulberry fruits marry with complex spice and are supported by fine, velvety tannins and a mineral texture.
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Viticulture dates back to the 1850s Victorian gold rush in the cool and dry Grampians. The golden nugget of this stunning terroir is delicate yet intensely flavoured Shiraz with compelling fragrance and spice.
Growing up on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, Clare has had a long-held interest in the world of wine. Completing a Bachelor of Oenology from the University of Adelaide, Clare worked for many wineries and vineyards back in Mornington and overseas in Germany before joining Wolf Blass in 2007 as a vintage winemaker. Over the next 13 years, Clare has honed her skillset, crafting wines across varieties in both red and white wine production, while also participating in extensive wine judging. Most recently, Clare has been instrumental in crafting premium Chardonnay, a variety she greatly enjoys.