Fraser Gallop

fraser gallop estate

Fraser Gallop sits at the highest point of Margaret River's Wilyabrup sub-region, where the grapes are caressed by gentle ocean winds. All the vines are dry-grown and the hands-off approach carries into the cellar as well, where the use of traditional techniques with just the right amount of technology lets the fruit speak for itself. With numerous trophies and accolades, including the prestigious Decanter World Wine Awards International Trophy for Best Bordeaux blend, Fraser Gallop Estate is recognised as one of Australia's premium wine producers, and this week we are proud to offer you their latest release. This offer includes the stunning 97 Points Palladian Cabernet and  Palladian Chardonnay. Enjoy!

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"Worth comparing to a Burgundy Grand Cru" - Jancis Robinson (on the Parterre Chardonnay)

"Among the great wines of the world" - Robert Geddes MW (on the Parterre SSB)

2017 Parterre Sémillon Sauvignon Blanc - $27
"The inspiration to make this “Graves” style of wine comes from Pessac-Leognan in Bordeaux.  An often-misinterpreted style of wine and one that is often overlooked for the Chardonnay, but has the genetics to far outlast Chardonnay in the aging stakes with its zippy acidity and predominance of Semillon.  These styles of Semillon Sauvignon Blancs offer far more complexity and interest and make better food wines than the usual stainless steel tank fermented SSB blends.  This style takes Semillon Sauvignon Blanc wines to a higher plane usually reserved for fine barrel fermented Chardonnays and are well worth hunting down." - Fraser Gallop

2017 Parterre Chardonnay - $33
"Fraser Gallop wines are among the best value in the region, and this one is typical. The youthfully subtle bouquet has elements of cashew, almond, honey and butter while the palate is lively with mouth-watering acidity and is tense, refreshing and invigorating. A fine modern chardonnay." - 94 Points, Huon Hooke, The Real Review

2017 Palladian Chardonnay - $85
"It has incredibly pure, intense and long palate, grapefruit and white peach locked into an eternal embrace." - 98 Points, James Halliday, The Weekend Australian

"A beautiful, very refined and complex wine. The bouquet shows low-level sulfides, smoky oak aromas and rich fruit. The palate is delicate, tight and fine, with terrific intensity, line and length. A top chardonnay." - 97 Points, Huon Hooke, The Real Review

"Spicy biscuit oak, zesty lime and grapefruit, kaffir lime leaf, touch of nougat, whisper of struck match. Medium-bodied, intense fruit backed with tasteful spicy oak, gently chalky texture, a bit of sunshine pineapple and vanilla on a long crisp finish. Savoury elements in play, but not thick with winemaker influence, more into purity here. A spicy little unit. Shy as a youngster, and more open coming back to it having been open for a day." - 95+ Points, Gary Walsh, The Wine Front

2017 Estate Cabernet Merlot - $21
"A bouquet of blackberry, chocolate and a slight savoury undertone. More full-bodied this year with the longer than usual ‘hang time’. Blackberry, cassis and blueberry to the fore, with fresh, evident acidity, reflecting the cooler conditions of 2017. Attractive gravelly tannins to finish." - Fraser Gallop

2014 Parterre Cabernet Sauvignon - $36
"The inspiration for the Parterre Cabernet Sauvignon is taken from some of the great wines of Bordeaux. The aim is to use a number of techniques to emphasise complexity in a single vineyard wine and to make a wine that allows the fruit to shine; complemented by premium oak, while maintaining great structure and finesse. This is done by the addition of small amounts of Petit Verdot, Merlot and Malbec and the use of a number of different techniques during fermentation of the Cabernet Sauvignon. Our belief is that by doing all this we have made the best wine possible, and that it truly reflects the place in which it is grown." - Fraser Gallop

2015 Palladian Cabernet Sauvignon - $85
"This has an extraordinary long finish and after taste, built on varietal purity.  It's ethereal, a word I cannot remember using for Cabernet.  The texture too, is exceptional, the oak absorbed into the wine essence." - 97 Points, James Halliday, The Weekend Australian

"Deep red/purple colour, with a superbly intense bouquet of violets and blackcurrants. Oak has been sensitively handled. The tannins are fine-grained and soft, the concentration outstanding without sacrificing the elegance and finesse of the wine." - 96 Points, Huon Hooke, The Real Review

To purchase any of the products in today's newsletter please give us a call on (07) 3252 1117, or email Prices valid until 14.03.19