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Named after Jorg Gartelmann's uncle Wilhelm. Oak maturation for 16 months in new and one to three year old French and American hogsheads and puncheons has delivered a medium bodied,soft wine with notes of vanilla, tobacco, dried spices and a fine tannin structure. 

This is a young hidden gem! It is delicious now but has all the hallmarks ofa great ager. Open, decant and review after a few hours... the changes are amazing, indicative of how it will look in 3-5 years.

Drink from 2018, great drinking from 2020 or cellar to 2024.

Food Pairing
Think BBQ lamb, fried haloumi with pesto.. this wine will cope with intensely-flavoured food, meet it and raise it several levels

Hunter Valley (85%) and Mudgee (15%), New South Wales.

Tasting Notes
So much on the nose....cedar, liquorice, cinnamon and sweet smoky berries. In the mouth fine drying tannins support a rich tarriness, and a soft chocolatey velvet mouthfeel. It’s Shiraz origins give the wine a fabulous peppery after-taste.

85% of the fruit came from Denman in the Upper Hunter Valley. The vineyard has red-brown loam clay soil with ironstone which is the requirement for producing the typical food friendly, softer style of Hunter Valley Shiraz. 15% came from Mudgee, part of the 2015 Jesse Shiraz.
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