Torbreck The Steading (Grenache Shiraz Mataro) 2018 HALF (37.5cl)


Red, Barossa Valley, Australia

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An amazing Antipodean red with a Scottish influenced name, made with old vine grapes originating from the Rhône Valley in France ( a blend of Grenache, Shiraz and Mataro- GSM). This full bodied and complex beauty is one of Australia’s top red wines and definitely one to savour. 15% ABV.

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Additional information

Bottle Size

Half (37.5cl)

Grape Variety

Grenache, Mataro and Shiraz


Australia, Barossa Valley



Cork or screwcap



15% ABV

Who makes this wine and where is it made?

The Steading originates from 45 different sources of fruit from the Torbreck vineyard as well as from growers on a share-farming basis.

Tasting notes

Drink dates

This wine will develop in bottle for many years to come.

Ideas for drinking/ food matching

This full-bodied wine packs a punch and so would stand up to strong flavours on your plate. Grilled or roasted meat such as beef or lamb would match a treat.



Technical Details

This wine is a blend of Grenache (66%), Mataro (21%) and Shiraz (3%) . Each of the individual blocks of fruit were de-stemmed separately into wooden and concrete open top fermenters where the must was lightly pumped over the skins twice daily for 6-7 days. The wine was then basket pressed and racked into older French Hogshead barrels where natural malolactic fermentation took place. The wine was left to rest on its lees for 24 months then bottled in June 2014 without fining or filtration.