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1 - 8 of 8 Wines By Seabrook
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Seabrook Chairman Great Western Shiraz
Grampians
Available by the dozen
A glad all over, western districts Shiraz with strong regional expression and superior concentration of fruit. Hamish Seabrook comes from a long line of wine merchants, most notably W.J Seabrook & Son. He has made the most of his family's contacts in the industry to isolate and secure parcels of the finest Pyrenees Shiraz, all grown to great vineyards, closely husbanded by the most devoted local vignerons. Crafted to an old fashioned claret style, driven by a hansom carriage of refined, ebony oak tannins, brimming with the moreish decadence of spiced cherry ripeness and chocolate plum richness.
$2999each
$359DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
 
Deep red colour. Enticing aromas of plum and blackcurrant with hints of sweet pitch and lively spice. Complex and integrated palate of plum and espresso, strong supportive tannins and pencilled, cedary oak, an intense Shiraz wine packed with blackberries and spice. A powerful fruit filled finish of impressive length.
Seabrook Founder Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
Barossa
Available in cartons of six
The founder was William John Seabrook, born of Tasmania to a family of builders, his thirst for wine drew him to Victoria where he learned the craft of the merchant and established W.J. Seabrook & Son in 1878. Parcels of Cabernet Sauvignon are crushed and destemmed to open top fermenters for a warmish vinification, aimed at extracting bright red fruit characters and a judicious measure of sweet berry tannins. Brambles and mulberry leap from the glass, aniseed and liquorice on waves of flavour, subtle oak and tactile structure, a soft, silky finish of astonishing length.
$2999each
$359DOZEN
EACH
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Seabrook Judge Eden Valley Riesling 2019
Eden Valley
Available by the dozen
Douglas Seabrook was the longest serving chairman of judges at the Royal Melbourne Wine Show, he adjudicated over the most memorable vintages for thirty years and held a passion for great Riesling. From a single superb site at Springton in the Adelaide Hills, an exceptional sixty year old vineyard which lies in a secluded valley and ripens much later than most other sites on the surrounding hills. It yields fruit of marvelous minerality, pristine of citrus fruit and elegant of spice, offering superlative finesse as the wine continues to evolve and become more complex with age.
$2299each
$275DOZEN
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Seabrook Lineage Mataro Rose
Barossa
Available by the dozen
$1799each
$215DOZEN
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Seabrook Lineage Pinot Grigio
Adelaide Hills
Available by the dozen
$1799each
$215DOZEN
EACH
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Seabrook Lineage Shiraz
Langhorne Creek
Available by the dozen
$1799each
$215DOZEN
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Seabrook Merchant Shiraz 2016
Barossa
Available in cartons of six
Hand picked grapes off the estate Home Block on the eastern ridge of Barossa Valley, the frugal vines yield a meagre harvest of small berries exhibiting the most amazing concentration. Bunches are destemmed to fermenters and cold soaked for the magic of wild yeasts, several days of cool vinification are treated to hand plunges and rack returns until completely sugar dry. A good old fashioned basket press and ten weeks of malolactic are followed by twenty four months of age. Succulent tannins and enormous length, Barossa Shiraz that speaks of its provenance, of season and of place.
$2999each
$359DOZEN
EACH
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Seabrook Tiger Moth Marshall Montepulciano 2018
Adelaide Hills
Available by the dozen
John Marshall forged his mother’s signature to enlist in the RAAF, he flew Tiger Moths and gained notoriety for his acumen at loop de loops. He is best remembered in vintages of Adelaide Hills Montipulciano, left to the influence of wild yeasts and a course of cold soak, hand plunged until sugar dry on the sixth day of ferment. Batches are pressed off skins to oak barrel for completion of malolactic and a judicious term of age. Unfiltered to bottle, evocative of black cherries, mulberry and redolence of cassis, bursting with the savouryness of sage leaf, olives and delish vinosity.
$2599each
$311DOZEN
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The Seabrook Family have been part of the Australian wine business since 1878, starting one of the country’s most respected wine companies W.J Seabrook & Son

Seabrook Wines is an artisan winemaker who works with growers to source exceptional fruit from the top regions around Australia and make premium wine to sell both domestically and into the international market. The business is family owned and operated out of the Barossa Valley where their estate vineyard and winery is located at the base of Menglers Hill in Tanunda. Since their first vintage in 2005 Seabrook wines have been awarded Haliday’s 5 star rating for the winery as well as several wine show medals.

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WJ Seabrook started a wine brokers business in Melbourne back in 1878 assessing wine from many regions of Australia. His son T.C. followed his father as an acclaimed judge for 35 years and began working at the family wine business. Typically, the trade was in hogsheads, but wicker-covered, ceramic demijohns and special bottles of wine were also sold direct to the public.

http://www.seabrookwines.com.au/ - Seabrook

After 1940 W. J. Seabrook & Son evolved more along the lines of a classic English wine merchant. The firm imported and exported wines, and began to produce it’s own blends under the Seabrook label. T.C.’s son, Doug continued in the family wine business and was chairman of judges at the RMWS for more than 30 years. Doug’s son, Iain took the family baton and worked in the family business from 1964. Douglas, who suffered from the effects of poliomyelitis, sold the family business in 1976 and retired, but this was not the end of Seabrook wines.

Seabrook Wines re-launced itself in 2005 after several years lying dormant. Fifth generation winemaker, Hamish Seabrook has revitalised the old 1878 family label and as his forefathers did, is hand sourcing fruit from some of the best regions Australia has to offer, which to date includes shiraz from both the Pyrenees in Victoria and the Barossa Valley, South Australia.

Hamish studied winemaking at Roseworthy and has worked as winemaker at Bests Wines Great Western, Senior Winemaker/winery manager at Brown Brothers Milawa, and is currently working as winemaker at Dorrien Estate in the Barossa as well as managing Seabrook wines with his wife Joanne.

Hamish is the proud recipient of the Dux Len Evans Tutorial and judges regularly at several shows around Australia including the Royal Melbourne Wine Show, Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Rutherglen, Seymour, and several additional regional shows. The Seabrook Clan have set an all-Australian record in wine judging at Royal Melbourne Wine Show with five generations as a wine judge, three of which have served as chairman of judges.

http://www.seabrookwines.com.au/ - Seabrook
http://www.seabrookwines.com.au/ - Seabrook

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