66% Shiraz 34% Cabernet Sauvignon
2001 - Museum Release
Winemaker's Tasting NotesAn award winning Shiraz blend, vintaged from Estate dry-grown fruit. A small quantity of this outstanding wine has been carefully cellared and re-released as a Museum wine. This wine won a Trophy (which included an overseas trip for 2) and four Gold medals in its youth, but most importantly, it has aged gracefully - achieving 5 Stars in The World's Greatest Shiraz Challenge in Winestate Magazine 2015. It was also ranked third in the 'Final Top Ten' in the Challenge, that included more than 500 wines - ahead of iconic wines such as Penfolds Grange and Henschke Hill of Grace - a great accolade for an 'aged' Margaret River wine from one of the region's smallest, but most highly regarded boutique wineries.
Lovely example of the great Aussie blend. It is still amazingly bright and alive for a fourteen year old wine and beautifully complex with a perfect, seamless palate. 5 Stars
World's Greatest Shiraz Challenge, Winestate Magazine Sept/Oct 2015
An awesome class of iconic wines. Here we see delivery of harmonious, intense wines with length and complexity but above all - drinkability!
Judge, World's Greatest Shiraz Challenge, Winestate Magazine Sept/Oct 2015
'Following A Path Less Travelled' is a featured story on Gralyn Estate
Winestate Magazine Sept/Oct 2015
Perfect to drink tonight - mind-blowingly good! This is Gralyn Estate's current release - Wow!
Dan Traucki, Winestate 'Wine of the Year' Tasting Sept 2015
Best of Style, nominated for Wine of the Year Finals, Winestate Magazine, 2015
Trophy, Best Individual Wine of the Show, Sheraton WA Wine Awards, 2003
Gold Medal, Sheraton WA Wine Awards, 2003
Gold Medal, Class 15, Perth Royal Wine Show, 2002
Gold Medal, Sheraton WA Wine Awards, 2002
Gold Medal, Class 53, Rutherglen Wine Show, 2003