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Introducing the 2018 Malbec

We are excited to let you know the highly anticipated 2018 Malbec is now available in cases of 6 and 12 bottles. Only 128 dozen were produced so this wine won't last long.Malbec is a great wine to have in the Grace Farm range to provide an early drinking red, which generally has much softer tannins than the powerfully structured cabernet sauvignon based wines.  Malbec is a deep purple wine variety that is characterised by fruit flavours of black cherry, plum and blueberry. In the Wilyabrup sub region we find that the wine finishes with a spicy character which shows through the medium bodied tannins. Due to the medium tannins, Malbec pairs well with leaner red meats such as pork, beef sirloin...

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Some recent reviews of current wines

2017 ChardonnayBUY NOW This estate hails from the noble turf of Wilyabrup, employing sustainable viticultural management and relatively hands-off winemaking to transport pristine fruit from vineyard to glass. Toasted hazelnut, cream of cashew, nougatine and wild yeast funk meld effortlessly with bright notes of white fig, cantaloupe and nectarine. The finish is long and effortlessly tangy. 93 pointsNed Goodwin - Halliday's Wine Companion 2016 Cabernet SauvignonBUY NOW Blackberry, blueberry, choc-mint, sage and baking spices. It’s plush and full of flavour, but not heavy or cumbersome, with ripe dark fruit, mocha and dried herb, even flow, smooth powdery tannin, and a tobacco and spice finish of fine length and definition. It’s a really good wine, just ever so slightly off an...

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Grace Farm Family-Friendly Autumn Sundowner

Grace Farm invites you to a family-friendly autumn sundowner at Camelot, Mosman Park. Saturday 11 May4pm - 6:30pmCamelot Outdoor Cinema16 Lochee StreetMosman Park, WA 6012 The sundowner will feature tastings of all current release wines, including the two new wines we recently added to the portfolio, the 2017 Malbec and 2018 Cane Cut Semillon. This will be accompanied by delicious grazing platters and live music on the terrace of Camelot Picture Garden. Viticulturist Tim Quinlan will share a few anecdotes on what has been a very interesting 2019 vintage. This is a family-friendly event. Snacks and games will be provided for children in the grassed picture garden area. There will be a couple of babysitters on hand to help entertain...

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Spring into action

In September a rare frost froze the newly emerged chardonnay shoots which necessitated a second pruning (seen above) to stimulate re-growth. The disappointment of losing most of the chardonnay crop has been partly offset by seeing particularly fine budburst in the other varieties. As the new shoots climb onto the trellis, the inflorescences are unfurling and revealing the flowers that will develop into clusters of grapes. It is wonderful to observe spring unfold at Grace Farm. From mid-September the flowering nectarine, peach, plum and apricot trees hint at what is to come in the orchard, as do the early apple varieties and quince. In the vegetable garden the broad beans stand out, with garlic, onion, potato, carrot and French beans also...

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