|Grapes||Shiraz, Cab Sauv, Malbec, Merlot|
|Origin||Australia, South Australia|
Named after the Willson family's ancestors who migrated to Australia from Cornwall. The Tamblyn blend utilises the characteristics of the different varietals resulting in a wine that is full of layers of flavour yet very supple with silky tannins and a round finish. Cabernet Sauvignon provides the complementary tannin structure, Shiraz adds berry fruit weight, Malbec adds a perfumed lift and intense colour and the Merlot rounds out the palate. Winemaker's notes (Feb 2018)
*Case price: Mix any 12 bottles of wine or 6 bottles of Champagne, Spirits or Fortified to get the 'case price' for each bottle.
Langhorne Creek is unique in that it sits on the rich soil of the Bremer River flood plain. Fresh cool evening breezes from Lake Alexandrina provide a micro climate of mild to warm summer days and cool evenings, perfect for the long ripening of the grapes producing intense and sought after cool climate flavours. Winemaker Rebecca Willson and Marketing Manager, Lucy Willson have focussed the family’s wine range on high quality and individualistic wines. They have given Bremerton a strong foothold in the highly competitive wine market with Rebecca’s first label at age 25 – the 1997 Cabernet Sauvignon winning a trophy and rated third best Cabernet in Australia by Winestate magazine. Since then the Willson Sisters have taken Bremerton to become one of the best known wineries from South Australia’s Langhorne Creek wine region
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