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This very limited release of our Old Adam Shiraz is a result of fastidious batch and barrel selection from the wonderful 2014 vintage
The 2013 Walter’s Reserve Cabernet is a powerful yet elegant wine, showing gorgeous varietal notes of blackberry, bramble and earth, complemented by subtle influences of chocolate and savoury nuances.
The wine is named after the co-founder of Bremerton, Mignonne "Wiggy" Willson. (Mum!)
This sparkling wine has been made from 100% estate grown Chardonnay from the 2011 vintage and using the traditional bottle fermentation method.
The 2017 Bremerton Moscato has fragrant delicate aromatics, rosewater, citrus and white florals.
A wine who's name is quite simply derived from the nicknames we (Rebecca and Lucy Willson) have always called each other! A balanced and refreshing 'drink now' style of Sauvignon Blanc.
This wine has been named in honour of our grandmothers Mollie and Merle. The grape variety Verdelho has been grown in Langhorne Creek for over 150 years.
Vermentino is widely planted in the Italian regions of Liguria (primarily under the name Pigato), the Mediterranean islands of Sardinia and Corsica, and in Piedmont (under the name Favorita).
Fiano is a white Italian wine grape variety that is grown primarily in Southern Italy and on the island of Sicily.
Winemaking experimentation and a desire to achieve excellence in a reserve Chardonnay style has led to the development and release of this wine.
Produced from 100% estate grown fruit, the Racy Rosé is a blend of 52% Cabernet Sauvignon and 48% Shiraz.
The wine is named after the co-founder of Bremerton, Craig Hamilton Willson (CHW) and the first vintage was released in honour of him on his 60th birthday.
Malbec, originally from France, is now mostly associated with countries like Argentina.
The family name ‘Tamblyn’ is in recognition of our grandmother’s ancestors who migrated to Australia from Cornwall, England.
The name Coulthard is in recognition of our ancestors who arrived in South Australia from England aboard The HMS Buffalo in 1836.
The name “Selkirk” is in recognition of our Grandfather’s heritage. This Scottish border town was the ancestral home of the Willson family.
Winemaking experimentation and a passion for Malbec have led to the development and release of this wine.
Our philosophy of ensuring separate fermentation and oak maturation of our wines has revealed some exquisite rare parcels. With a small production culminating in our B.O.V. label.
In an interesting twist the juice to make our Mistelle is from the same batch of Chardonnay that was used to make our inaugural "Wiggy" sparkling Chardonnay. The result is a complex and developed, luscious dessert style wine.
'Ciel' is French for heaven which best describes this mouth filling fortified dessert style wine. Originating from an unusual 1992 season, this is a delicious sweet dessert style wine.
Our Fortified Shiraz hails from the 1996 Vintage. We were able to secure a luxurious parcel of very ripe shiraz grapes to make this delicious tawny port style wine.
The family name 'Tamblyn' is in recognition of our grandmother's ancestors who migrated to Australia from Cornwall, England.
A stunning example of premium Langhorne Creek Shiraz, showing richness and density, integrated with fine elegant oak, giving a structural long finish to the wine.
MAGNUM 1.5L - The 2010 Walters Reserve Cabernet is a powerful yet elegant wine, showing notes of blackberry, bramble and earth, complemented by subtle influences of chocolate and savoury nuances.