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1 - 4 of 4 Wines By Tatachilla
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Tatachilla Foundation Shiraz 2013
McLaren Vale
The Tatachilla team can be proud of a long and illustrious history, producing the most memorable vintages of salient, award winning regional icon wines. Foundation is the estate flagship, sourced from the pick of crop, assembled from the best blocks on illustrious vineyards at Clarendon and Blewitt Springs, crafted with an uncompromising pursuit of excellence, to articulate the seductive richness and textural elegance of the most exceptional McLaren Vale Shiraz.
$4499each
$537DOZEN
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By selecting the best parcels from a canon of precious, low yielding vineyards, Tatachilla can construct a regional icon wine that's an articulation of all things exceptional in McLaren Vale Shiraz. The focus here is the achievement of exceptional balance between varietal fruit and finely integrated oak. Fruit is crushed into a combination of small, open and closed fermenters, treated to a course of gentle pumpovers and plunges for optimal extraction, at closely managed temperatures peaking at 26°C. Upon completion, batches are filled to a selection of seasoned and new French oak barrels for malolactic and an extended term of eighteen months maturation.
 
Crimson red, brick hues. Complex aromas of liquorice, cinnamons and plum, provocative notes of violet and spice. A juicy plum and blueberry front palate, bright blackberry licorice and silky, chocolatey textures overlay a wine of generous length, the bold tannins providing great structure. A seamless, textural red wine that calls for a decent decanting and breathing before service.
Tatachilla McLaren Vale Cabernet 2014
McLaren Vale
Available in cartons of six
From choice vineyards in McLaren Vale's southeast, Clarendon and Blewitt Springs, a Cabernet Sauvignon of vibrant fruit, solid structure and succulent textures, with a gentleness that belies it's varietal provenance. The enduring Tatachilla wineworks represent a century of viticulture, still yielding fruit from vines established 1903, when the property was owned and operated by Penfolds. Throughout changes of ownership and an evolution of the national palate, Tatachilla has continued to release a remarkable construct of McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon.
$1999each
$237DOZEN
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Cabernet Sauvignon is harvested off the estate's Clarendon vineyard and from good sites operated by dedicated growers around Blewitt Springs and McLaren Vale township. Fermentations are initiated in small eight ton vats for a term of several days at temperatures peaking to 28C, the grapes are actively handled to extract as much colour and tannins as possible. Batches are treated to a course of traditional pumpovers, with rack and return methods implemented for the extraction of musts from the skins. Following completion of malolactic, Tatachilla is matured in a combination of one and two year old French oak barrels, infusing complexity into the finished wine and achieving optimal balance.
 
Dark red with crimson hues. Black pepper and nutmeg bouquets, licorice and dark chocolate over earthy hints. Blueberry and vibrant blackberry upfront balanced by a powerful tannic structure and smooth middle palate. Characters of roasted almonds and fresh coffee before a long finish that lingers in the mouth on notes of licorice and cocoa notes.
Tatachilla McLaren Vale Shiraz 2014
McLaren
Available in cartons of six
Vines were planted at Tatachilla in 1887, today they lie scattered amongst the sloping hills and tapered basin of the McLaren Vale. The abundant variety of soils encourage a kaleidoscope of flavours, whilst the cooling ocean air and rolling gully winds cool the sun warmed grapes, allowing them to reach their full flavour potential without over ripening. A solid McLaren Vale Shiraz by one of the region's elder estates, seamless with a profound depth of flavour over chocolate velvet tannins, to be opened an hour beforehand and served alongside lamb, duck or ripe, piquant cheese.
$1999each
$237DOZEN
EACH
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An enduring regional classic, which exudes the intensity and genteel graces that have become synonymous with McLaren Vale Shiraz. Tatachilla assembles the pick of harvest from fruit grown to mature vineyards at the heart of McLaren Vale township, from the eminent Blewitt Springs appellation and from Tatachilla’s own Clarendon Vineyard. Lighter crop yields and lower vine stress delivers very intense flavours. Shiraz is fermented in small eight tonnes vats for ten days. Traditional pumpovers, rack and retuns extract the most from skins. Tatachilla is matured in a combination of new and prior use French oak barrels, adding complexity whilst maintaining intensity of fruit.
 
Deep red with purple hues. Blackberry underlining mulberry, cinnamon and coffee aromas. Great vibrant cassis and blackberry flavours intertwined with cacao aromas. The tannic structure is powerful and persistent. Tatachilla displays great palate length, exuding dark chocolate and spice. Take Tatachilla out for a dining date, preferably alongside charred beef or peppered game.
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Tatachilla Partners Cabernet Shiraz 2015
Langhorne McLaren
Partners is named for the founders who established the winemaking operation in 1903. An important part of the Penfolds vineyard portfolio until the 1960s, Tatachilla is now source of fruit for the nation's most prestigious brands. Fully ripe harvests of Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz are assembled into a smooth, early drinking table red that's ripe with the richness of chocolatey plum flavours and fragrant blackberry spice, its sleek velvet tannins and polished background oak, bringing the wine to a long, savoury drying finish.
$999each
$11988/DOZ
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Tatachilla's vineyards are scattered amongst the sloping hills and tapered basin of McLaren Vale. Cabernet and Shiraz are the backbone of the range of silky textured wines. Tatachilla's wide expanse of vineyards and mesoclimates encourage a kaleidoscope of flavours, the pick of harvests are retained each vintage for bottling under the estate label. Even in average years, the quality of fruit must be of the highest order. The highly auspicious terroirs and clime of Langhorne Creek and McLaren Vale, stimulate the vines to yield parcels of the most intensely flavoured fruit. After crushing, components are separately vinified, treated to completion of malolactic and matured in a selection of finely coopered oak.
 
Deep red with purple hues. Liquorice and spice aromas. Bursting with fresh blackberry and blackcurrant flavours on the front palate, with solid tannins providing the wine with good length and a smooth finish. Well matched to wood fire oven pizza, glazed BBQ ribs or spicy Italian pasta dishes. An early drinking, fruit driven style to enjoy right now.
Tatachilla has been part of McLaren Vale since vines were first planted in 1887

The cooler regions of McLaren Vale produce highly aromatic fruit. Throughout it's rich and colourful history, Tatachilla has intuitively understood the potential of this maritime area with its rich soils and cooling sea breezes. McLaren Vale's climate is defined by the region's proximity to the sea and is distinctly Meditteranean. The vines of Tatachilla bask in sunlight, and are gently cooled by late afternoon sea breezes off the Gulf of St Vincent, and the gully winds rolling down the lower ranges.

Tatachilla

Tatachilla's vineyards are scattered amongst the sloping hills and tapered basin of McLaren Vale. Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz are king, and form the backbone of Tatachilla's collective of crafted, silky textured wines. The abundant variety of soils encourage a kaleidoscope of flavours, whilst the cooling ocean air and rolling gully winds cool the sun-warmed grapes, allowing them to reach their full flavour potential without over-ripening. The influences intertwine to develop fruit that creates wines silky in texture, supple in the mouth and vibrant with rich fruit flavours.

http://www.tatachillawinery.com.au/ - Tatachilla

The McLaren Vale's rich tapestry of soils veer from red soil over limestone near the Gulf St Vincent to ironstone in the heart of the Vale. The bright patchwork of olive groves, avocado orchards and rows of vines impart a Mediterranean flavour to the grapes. A small, diverse community of growers, winemakers and providers –rooted in McLaren Vale's heritage– trumpet the region's reputation as one renowned not only for its wines, but also its local produce and fine food.

The young and talented French winemaker, Fanchon Ferrandi, is leading Tatachilla to its next chapter. With a sweeping international perspective free from cultural rules, her winemaking essence lies in integrating innovation and technology with a healthy regard for the vineyard. Matching innovation with a respect for the past, Fanchon crafts wines which truly express the rich silken fruit qualities that wear the thumbprint of the McLaren Vale.

Tatachilla wines wear the thumbprint of McLaren Vale. The red wines of the McLaren Vale range exude the intensity of regional Shiraz, Cabernet and Merlot with the velvety touch unique to McLaren Vale. The award-winning flagship Foundation Shiraz, sourced from low yielding McLaren Vale vines, epitomises the richness and concentration of superbly ripened McLaren Vale fruit. The Keystone range of Tatachilla pairs innovative winemaking techniques with traditionalist grape and wine styles to create succulent, food-friendly wines that evoke the Mediterranean energy of McLaren Vale.

Tatachilla's dynamic duos of Shiraz, married with the aromatic Viognier, and Cabernet, woven with the earthy Sangiovese, constitute succulent innovative wines blended in the modern Mediterranean style. The lightly oaked Chardonnay and the McLaren Vale classic, Grenache Shiraz, are vibrant food-friendly favourites. Partners Cabernet Shiraz and Growers Semillon Sauvignon Blanc are bursting with the fresh fruit vitality and easy drinking consistency of premium fruit sourced from South Australian vineyards. Tatachilla is well recognised for its full flavoured, lifted white wines and its championing of emerging varietals such as Sangiovese, Arneis, Barbera, Viognier and Vermentino.

http://www.tatachillawinery.com.au/ - Tatachilla
http://www.tatachillawinery.com.au/ - Tatachilla

"Tatachilla was reborn in 1995 but has had an at-times tumultuous history going back to 1903. Between 1903 and '61 the winery was owned by Penfolds. It was closed in 1961 and reopened in '65 as the Southern Vales Co-operative. In the late 1980s it was purchased and renamed The Vales but did not flourish; in 93 it was purchased by local grower Vic Zerella and former Kaiser Stuhl chief executive Keith Smith. After extensive renovations, the winery was officially reopened in 1995 and won a number of tourist awards and accolades. It became part of Banksia Wines in 2001, in turn acquired by Lion Nathan!" -Wine Companion.com.au

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