Westlake Convicts Felon Cabernet Shiraz
$2799each
$335DOZEN
WineryWestlake
Fruit CabernetSauv Shiraz
Regions Barossa
  South Australia
Each $27.99
$335.00
Available by the dozen
An accord of estate grown Cabernet Sauvignon from the upper rows of Jaensches Vineyard, assembled around a backbone of Shiraz from the lower slopes of Block 3. Parcels are separately treated to a traditional old world vinification in open top fermenters, followed by a fortnight of maceration for optimal uptake of flavours and tannin, the Cabernet component is matured in French oak barriques while Shiraz is sent for a term of age in a selection of American oaks, to be assembled and bottled for maximal sauvage charm, unfiltered and unfined.
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WineryWestlake
Fruit CabernetSauv Shiraz
Regions Barossa
  South Australia
  Each $27.99
  $335.00
Available by the dozen
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More About Westlake Wines
Where convict past and Barossa tradition meet, Westlake are a small, family operated vineyard committed to producing exceptional wines
Established to the renowned northern Barossa Valley sub regions of Koonunga and Moppa, Westlake take aim aim to capture the soils and seasons in which these vines grow and to celebrate their differences, ensuring that each vintage will have its own story to tell. By combining a colourful convict past and traditional Barossa heritage, Westlake look forward to continuing a unique story. Ultra rare, hand crafted, Barossan wine with a difference. Right from the start, the vision was to produce the best possible fruit from estate vineyards in a sustainable way, ensuring that the environmental care would benefit future generations. From that came the urge to complete the cycle and make wines from fruit that was only sourced from estate vineyards, tended by hand throughout the year. Westlake»