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Kilikanoon Killerman’s Run GSM


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Vintage: 2018
Region: Clare Valley, Australia
Viticulture: Sustainable
Grape varieties: Grenache, Shiraz, Mataro

Kilikanoon Killerman’s Run GSM is a seamless and rewarding southern Rhone-styled blend. Peppery dark fruit, leather, and spice.

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About Kilikanoon Killerman’s Run GSM

Kilikanoon Killerman’s Run GSM is a seamless and rewarding southern Rhone-styled blend. Elevated and brimming full of dark fruits and spices. The majority of Grenache provides cherry fruits, toffee, and perfume. The Shiraz gives robustness and structure. The small amount of Mataro gives length, persistence, and a savory twist to the finish. An excellent food wine that will be further rewarded with additional cellaring. Pair this with grilled or slow-roasted meat dishes.

About Kilikanoon Winery

Founded in 1997 by Kevin Mitchell, Kilikanoon is a boutique Clare Valley winery with an international reputation for producing regionally expressive, terroir-driven wines. The Kilikanoon property, featuring a circa 1860s stone cottage housing Kilikanoon’s tasting room, was originally settled by early English migrants who named it after a historic old mansion in Cornwall. On purchase of the historic property in 1997, mature vineyards of Shiraz, Cabernet, Grenache, and Riesling that had been planted by Kevin’s father, Mort in the 1960s, became a part of Kilikanoon, and now form the heart of the estate vineyards. Peter Warr joined the winery in late 2018 after traveling the world honing his craft and is now responsible for carrying on Mort and Kevin’s legacy at this treasured Clare Valley estate. Kilikanoon is rated by US and Australian critics as one of the Clare Valley’s outstanding wineries, producing bracingly intense and long-lived Rieslings, along with powerful, yet balanced Shiraz, Grenache, and Cabernet Sauvignon.