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1 - 5 of 5 Wines By Heathcote Winery
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Heathcote Winery Cravens Place Shiraz
Heathcote
Available by the dozen
Not many country towns can boast a winery on the main street, but at Heathcote it's a part of the scenery. Heathcote is renowned throughout the world for producing much of Australia's finest Shiraz. Enter the Cravens Place, an elegant effort, stylish and quintessentially Heathcote. Sourced principally from sites at the warmer, northern periphery of Heathcote township, Craven's Place is fashioned to be a supple, bright and approachable wine. Ageing in choice oak barriques contributes to the complexity and allows the quality of Shiraz to realize its full potential.
$2199each
$263DOZEN
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Heathcote Winery is meeting the demand for wines that are truly reflective of the region, but with the individual stamp of innovation and excellence. Low night time temperatures contribute to vine balance and excellent berry development. Picking is all done by hand, fruit is delivered to the winery where juices are extracted from the grapes by pumpover in closed tanks and hand plunging in open bins to extract optimum colour and tannin. The finished wine is matured sixteen months in a selection of French and American oak barriques.
 
Brilliant ruby red with purple hues. Lifted blueberry and forest fruits dominate the nose, over a backdrop of spicy vanillin and plums. Bright fruits fill the palate, framed by chewy, fine grained American and French oak and supported by crisp natural acidity. A lively, medium bodied Shiraz, fleshy and dense in flavour, Craven's Place finishes long with persistent primary fruit characters over supple tannins.
Heathcote Winery Mail Coach Rose
Heathcote
Available by the dozen
There's no hiding the provenance of a blush coloured wine from Heathcote, this is full bodied Rosé with serious weight on the palate and ribald richness of flavour, seldom seen in a comely, candy hued wine. Full of strawberries and tangy Frais de bois, turkish delights and ripe summer fruit, great length of flavour and a revitalizingly fresh finish. Its adults only savouryness makes Mail Coach the perfect lipstick drink to enjoy chilled, right now alongside cheesy nibbles, salmon escalopes, proscuito and figs or just about any pink fare.
$2299each
$275DOZEN
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Heathcote Winery Mail Coach Shiraz
Heathcote
Available by the dozen
One of the earliest commercial winemaking operations ever established in Victoria. Heathcote Winery can also boast some of the oldest Australian plantings of Viognier. The winery building dates back to 1854 when it serviced miners seeking their fortune in the heady days of the Victorian gold rush. Shiraz with a splash of Viognier is predominantly sourced from estate vineyards on the periphery of Heathcote township, harvested just when the chunky tannins, cherry acids, natural grape sugars and bold red Heathcote earth characters are at their peak.
$3099each
$371DOZEN
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Exclusively Heathcote Shiraz is treated to a Rhone styled co-fermentation with a small amount of Viognier, lifting the colour and infusing the aromatics with wonderful apricot floral scents, while adding body and increasing palate structure. Parcels are processed and vinified through individual batches to a regimen of old world winemaking techniques, including hand plunging in open vessels and pump overs in closed fermentation vats. Upon completion, Mail Coach is pressed and matured up to seventeen months in a selection of new and seasoned French oak barriques, crafted by a range of cooperages to facilitate complexity and encourage components to achieve their full potential.
 
Deep scarlet red with purple hues. Lifted, regional nose of blackcurrants and dark berry fruit, menthol notes highlight toasted oak characters and carry aromatics onto the palate. Brooding in style, medium to full bodied wine showing dense regional fruit and impeccable balance. High end French oak contributes to a tasty, supple tannin profile, concentrated primary fruit suggests added complexity as the wine continues to evolve.
Heathcote Winery Origin Shiraz
Heathcote
Available in cartons of six
Single vineyard wine from the Newlans Lane block at the very heart of Heathcote, the original block of Shiraz planted to the earliest survey of red Cambrian soils, established for the historical Heathcote wineworks. The old, dry grown vines, replenished by propitious underground aquifers, are treated to just the right amount of moisture to yield harvests of impeccable quality fruit. A sensational accord of old vine Shiraz and French oak, coalesce into a seductive complexity, white pepper notes and dark fruit flowing seamlessly on the lingering mocha finish.
$4499each
$539DOZEN
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Heathcote Winery Slaughterhouse Paddock Shiraz 2017
Heathcote
Available in cartons of six
There are few places on earth, so predisposed to yielding vintages of world class Shiraz. Slaughterhouse Paddock is the second oldest block of vine in all Heathcote, originally a cattle yard adjacent to the township meatworks, its soils enriched for viticulture by the passage of livestock. Hand picked whole bunches are open fermented in the traditional old world style, building sound structure and infusing splendid weight of fruit. A fleshy Terra rosa palate of intensity and concentration, preceded by peppermint and eucalypt perfumes, adorned by the dulcet vanilla sweetness of new American oak.
$4799each
$575DOZEN
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Heathcote Winery was one of the first commercial wineries in Heathcote

Uniquely positioned along Heathcote's main street, Heathcote Winery holds a surprise for many of its visitors. Few could ever expect to find a fully functioning winery directly behind a Cellar Door. The estate wineworks and adjacent art gallery are sited within the restored produce store built by Thomas Craven in 1854 to cater for the huge influx of gold miners seeking their fortune. Thomas Craven sold wine and spirits, and traded in gold. An entrepreneurial type, he also ran a coach service (depicted in the logo) from stables behind the Cellar Door, delivering supplies and mail around Central Victoria, hence the significance of the estate's Mail Coach range.

Heathcote Winery

Not many country towns can boast a winery in the main street, but at Heathcote it's a part of the scenery. Visitors to the cellar door enjoy free wine tastings and a range of locally produced foods, or may simply stroll through the Art Gallery, which features exhibitions by regional artists. The courtyard offers free BBQ facilities and is a great place to unwind with a glass of wine or your favourite coffee. Functions can be catered for in the Art Gallery and courtyard.

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The Central Heathcote area, with its own unique micro-climate, has the ability to produce shiraz styles with power and elegance, wines with voluptuous fruit whilst young, tending towards the dark red fruit spectrum, yet avoiding stewed characters. Natural tannins seem to find their balance, adding length to the palate. Winter rains are followed by cold spring nights, a little more rain, and then warm dry conditions through to harvest. The Heathcote red soils, deriving from Cambrian greenstone, are free draining and a touch hungry. Yields are naturally low.

Heathcote's a tough area to grow grapes. If it was easy, then you wouldn't get the quality at the end of the day. Enormous frosts or wildcat fire seasons can completely wipe out a vineyard. An entire vintage can be reduced to a few barrels of wine. Through painstaking vineyard management, low but realistic yields are achieved, producing ripe small berries that result in fruit with concentrated flavours and naturally balanced tannins. Fruit is picked only when it is ready and that means flavour ripe. The decision is made in the vineyard, not the laboratory.

Heathcote Winery produced its first vintage in 1983 and now specialises in the release of outstanding local wines. Shiraz is the cornerstone of Heathcote Winery's premium wine production, Mail Coach Shiraz was awarded Top Gold Medal in its class at the Royal Adelaide Wine Show against 240 other wines. Today, Heathcote Winery is meeting the demand for wines that are truly reflective of the region, with the estate’s individual stamp of innovation and excellence.

In 1997 the winery was acquired by an independent group of wine enthusiasts led by Stephen Wilkins. Stephen and his partners share a passionate commitment to produce wines reflective of the Heathcote Region but distinctly Heathcote Winery. The wines attest to this commitment, delivering concentrated fruit aromas and flavours and intense colour. Heathcote Winery splash their shiraz with viognier, in a Rhonesque way, but in definitive Heathcote styling, which gives lifted aromas and palate length without compromising the naturally concentrated shiraz flavours. The aim within the winemaking process is minimal intervention, allow the wine to speak for itself.

http://www.heathcotewinery.com.au/ - Heathcote Winery
http://www.heathcotewinery.com.au/ - Heathcote Winery

Viognier harvested from some of the earliest plantings in Victoria, is gently whole bunch pressed for refined varietal expression, and is added to the shiraz for co-fermentation. The individual parcels are plunged by hand or through press as required to enhance flavour development, elegance and mid palate richness. The Heathcote Winery's wines are aged in carefully selected American and French oak to complement, but not to overpower the natural tannins and fruit flavours in the wine.

The pioneers of Heathcote sowed the seeds of some of the world's most superb shiraz vineyards, reflecting minimal intervention, and the natural attributes of the local climes. The Heathcote Winery team share this passion to produce great shiraz, combined with the individual handprint that stamps their wines as distinctly Heathcote Winery Heathcote Shiraz.

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