Willunga 100 Willunga 100 is nestled between the Mount Lofty Ranges and the Gulf of St Vincent, McLaren Vale. The soils in McLaren Vale are among the oldest in the world, estimated over 500 million years. McLaren’s Mediterranean climate contributes to the unique diversity in flavour, which Willunga showcases beautifully in their Grenache wines.
Willunga 100’s speciality is Grenache, they are attracted to the diverse flavour profile that changes throughout its life in the bottle. They love the gnarly old vines in McLaren Vale because they produce outstanding fruit for Grenache. Willunga 100 is appreciated and enjoyed by many Grenache enthusiasts in Australia and around the world.
There's that famous old French saying in Burgundy, about the good warm vintages, that you would have to be dead not to make good wine. And in the easy years, that's what happens - everyone makes good wine and everyone's picking around the same time. But it's the difficult years – and in the Valley here, we still get three or four difficult years in every ten – they're the years where you make the statement on your skills and your expertise.
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There’s nothing more special than opening a bottle of wine that you’ve cellared for years at just the right moment. But which wines do you cellar? And for how long? It’s as much art as science. And in the end, it’s the challenge that makes it so rewarding.