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New Year, New Release: 2013 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

  This month sees the release of our most highly-awarded wine, the 2013 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon. Cabernet sauvignon is arguably the flagship varietal of the Margaret River region and certainly one that Grace Farm prides itself on. Viticulturist Tim Quinlan and winemaker Jonathan Mettam share their thoughts on what makes the Grace Farm Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon so exquisite:"Margaret River cabernet is particularly special because the maritime climate and dry summers allow for physiologically ripe grapes which are rarely herbaceous and provide a sweet core of blackcurrant fruit with exceptional texture and structure."Careful shoot thinning and leaf removal in the vineyard expose the bunches to day-long sunlight and even ripening through all areas of the vine canopy. From picking through fermentation,...

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It's been an excellent year for Grace Farm

As the sun begins to set on 2015 it's nice to look back and reflect on the year that was. Grace Farm has continued to build its reputation on the quality of its wines. A new wave of awards and recognition is helping to cement the Farm’s position as a leading producer in the Margaret River region. All varieties have now received numerous gold medals, the most significant of these being gold at the prestigious Sydney International Wine Show this year for the 2014 Chardonnay and 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon. James Halliday in the recent 2016 Wine Companion rated all wines 95 points or more. In his 2016 Wine Guide Ray Jordan has seen merit in awarding Grace Farm the 2015 "Emerging Talent" award. This recognises not only...

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Grace Farm named as "Emerging Talent" in Ray Jordan's West Australian Wine Guide 2016

Viticulturist Tim Quinlan was admiring the leaf colour and vine health of the Grace Farm chardonnay vineyard when he heard the good news. The small Wilyabrup producer had been named winner of the ‘Emerging Talent’ award in Ray Jordan’s West Australian Wine Guide 2016. The authoritative guide was published on Tuesday. "It means a great deal to me given that it is a West Australian wine guide in which we are in the company of the best WA producers,” Tim said. “Ray has a vast knowledge of WA and Margaret River wines, so we are thrilled that he chose Grace Farm for this accolade." The announcement is the latest in a series of accolades for Grace Farm, the highlight being...

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