5 STARS WINERY
James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion
2007 Bremerton "Selkirk" Shiraz 93 POINTS
"You could bet money on this wine - that it's going to be good. Here again it's spot-on, with thick, ripe flavours of pristine blackcurrent and toast and Christmas pudding - though dark-fruit flavour is its main game. There's an inkiness here and maybe a slight mintiness, but most of all it's just mighty enjoyable."
Campbell Mattinson & Gary Walsh, The Big Red Wine Book 2009/10
2006 Bremerton ‘Selkirk’ Shiraz 5 STARS
“...Rebecca Willson at Bremerton has clearly made the best of it with the latest Selkirk. A lovely red showing ripe blackberry aromas and flavours, well- integrated oak, plush, fleshy texture and silky tannins, which are so much a feature of this region.”- Paddy Kendler, The Herald Sun, Quaffing, 29 April 2008
The Willson family first planted vines at Bremerton Lodge in 1992 and in 2004 daughter's Rebecca and Lucy became the first sister's to run a winery in Australia, and are driving Bremerton into the future with a focus on quality and consistency. Winemaker Rebecca has made wines that have achieved awards and praise all over the world, and has given the Langhorne Creek winery a foothold in the highly competitive boutique wine market since taking on her first sole vintage at the age of twenty-five.
"One of my favourite wines around the $20 mark. Comes from Langhorne Creek and the leafy minty influence is evident within the dark chocolate and savoury mix of primary fruit. Lovely opulence and impressive length."
Great Red Tasting, The West Australian, Ray Jorden, 26th June 2008
2006 Bremerton "Selkirk" Shiraz 92 POINTS
"Generous, round and supple mouthfeel to black cherry and blackberry fruit; both tannins and oak have been sensitively employed in a strongly regional wine."
James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion 2009
BREMERTON Selkirk Shiraz
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