A blend we’ve fallen instantly in love with.
About The Wine
A vanguard producer of the Adelaide Hills takes on Hunter tradition. And they nail it.
Shiraz and Pinot Noir have always gotten on well. Some of the great old wines of Australia were made through a righteous pairing of these two varieties.
The word 'Gestalt' translates loosely to 'greater than the sum of its parts'. That's certainly the case in this wine.
The silky, spicy core of cool-climate Shiraz meets the beautiful perfume and energy of Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir - it's a winning combination.
This funky young label is the brainchild of Craig Turnbull and Anthony Pearce.
Gestalt (meaning an organised whole considered to be greater than the sum of its parts) is about balanced, youthful wines sourced from small organically grown vineyards around South Australia.
Whether it is whacky blends of uncool varieties such as Savagnin and Petit Manseng or pure single vineyard, single varietal expression, there is something about these wines which make you want to keep coming back for more!