One for lovers of the funk.
The Great Southern is not known for its Grenache in the way that some of the powerhouse regions of SA have made it their own.
With that in mind, Yoko and Andries have taken steps to really put some pep in the step of their first stab at the variety.
Riesling was added to the Grenache ferment bringing a zippy, zingy acid line to the bright cherried fruit making this a sensational option for warm weather drinking. It's Grenache built for a little chill and imbued with a lip-smacking energy that this dup seems to find in every wine they make.
About Brave New Wine
It is a Brave New World and these are, in every sense, Brave New Wines. This range is brought to you by husband and wife duo Andries and Yoko Lüscher-Mostert. They are making painfully small amounts of fascinating, experimental and delicious wine from some superb vineyards in Great Southern. With a vision of acquiring their own vineyard in the future, they are currently content to make wines that truly thrill them. These are natural wines crafted without additions but with bucket-loads of love and skill. Some of the most intriguing vino in WA and definitely a winery to keep an eye on.
About Great Southern
The Great Southern is the largest wine region in the country. Though more and more, the label “Great Southern” is becoming redundant. It is the sub-regional exploration of terroir which is distinguishing this region. From Frankland River to Porongorup, from Mount Barker to Denmark, the detailed and stylish wines emerging from these sub-regions are some of the most intriguing in the country. No longer a “poor man’s Margaret River”, whether you love Riesling, Cabernet, Shiraz or Pinot, this stunning cool climate region will blow you away with the value and refinement inherent in everything it produces. And the good thing is, it is only getting better.