Schild Estate Barossa Valley GMS 2018
  • Grenache, Mourvèdre / Monastrell, Syrah
  • Dry
  • Residual Sugar: 4 g/l
  • Full Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 14.50% alc./vol

Schild Estate Barossa Valley GMS 2018

Barossa, Australia
Regular price $21.95per bottle ($263.40per case)
12 bottles per case

Rounded & Juicy

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Schild Estate own over 134ha of estate vineyards throughout the Southern Barossa including some of the oldest vines in the world planted in 1847. Spread across 11 unique sites they produce a range of premium fruit. Having such an intimate knowledge of these site allows the winemaking and vineyard teams to achieve an absolute synergy from vineyard to winery to wine.

Under the guidance of Chief Winemaker Scott Hazeldine who works in close collaboration with Head Vigneron, Mick Schild the Schild Estate team are passionate in their belief that the best wines are driven by the unique characteristics of each vineyard which makes Schild Estate wines an authentic reflection of the terroir in the region.


Dark ruby, clear and bright in colour. Red and black berry fruit notes of glacé cherry and dark plum sit alongside subtler glimpses of Bakewell tart, exotic spice
and earthy forest floor aromas. Once in the palate, the wine shows a layered red
fruited attack and mid pallet encapsulated with a fine tannic frame ensuring
some genuine focus and persistence to the end.

This will be sure to delight along side pizza, pasta and antipasto dishes!

Press Reviews

Tasting Panel Magazine

93 Points - Meredith May

Chocolate-covered cherry in an earthy core makes for a graceful and delicious first impression by this layered red. Acidity has verve, lifting ripe cherry and plum with a graceful sprinkling of white pepper. Tannins are easygoing but present, building the wine's exceptional frame. [Drink till 2028+.]

Wine Enthusiast

91 Points - Christina Pickard

This reviewer often favors the everyday-drinking reds over the more heavy-hitting premium ones from many of South Australia's most traditional producers. This is a perfect example of a full-flavored red that's tasty, affordable and ready to drink. It needs air, so pop it in a decanter or let it sit in the glass for a bit while admiring its vibrant cherry hue. Once open, it's all about spice and ripe berry fruit, with some earthy, mushroomy, peppery, dried floral notes following behind. The palate isn't hugely complex but is well put together. There's freshness, linearity, fruit purity and loads of herbs and spices. Tannins are supple yet supportive. Drink now–2030