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BROKENWOOD WINES 

AUSTRALIAN CRAFT AT ITS FINEST


Award-winning Cellar Door of the Year in 2019 in Hunter Valley 

Established in 1970, Brokenwood Wines has evolved from a weekend venture for self-professed hobby winemakers into one of Australia’s most reputable wine labels. Founded by a trio of Sydney-based solicitors, Tony Albert, John Beeston and James Halliday.

They have a motto here at Brokenwood Wines to Make Great Wine and Have Fun but are also committed to doing it in the most environmentally sustainable way possible. Striving to balance their economic and operational requirements with our social responsibilities to minimise the impact on the environment and surrounding community. 

The stunning new cellar door, designed by innovative architects, Villa & Villa, is the largest complex in the Hunter Valley wine region, covering 1,400 square metres. Featuring unique circular tasting 'pods', an expansive outdoor terrace with views over the Hunter Valley, private tasting and dining rooms, a wine museum overlooking our working barrel hall - Brokenwood's new cellar door is a must-see and your new  'Home in the Hunter'. 

 

Iain Riggs

Managing Director & Chief Winemaker


Brokenwood Graveyard Shiraz 2013

Review and Tasting Notes

Made from fruit grown low yielding vines planted on dense clay, the resulting wine is a rich and fruit forward sensory delight. Through conscientious and thorough attention to the vinification process, the winemaker has achieved a well-rounded, superb wine.

Sweet earth and dark cherries are flaunted on the nose. The palate plays host to delightful dark chocolate and plum characters, before oak makes a brief but welcome cameo.

Awarded 96 points by Wine Front

 

Brokenwood Graveyard Shiraz 2013

Hunter Valley 

More Information
Food Pairing Fillet Mignon
Serving Temp 15 - 18 degrees
Standard Drinks 8
Alcohol Volume % 13

 

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