Dellys Treetop Shiraz Pyrenees has intense characters of redcurrant and pepper spices provide a rich and lovely wine, powerful yet refined. Full bodied and textural with a lingering finish.
“94 points + Special Value”
“Destemmed, open-fermented, 7-10 days on skins, matured for 12-18 months in French and American oak. Still youthful crimson hue; the wine brings both red and black fruits onto the table, the bouquet with spicy oak, the palate with purple and blue fruits that coat the tip of the tongue in unusual but appealing fashion.”
Halliday Wine Companion ’20
Vincent Gere was the Chief Winemaker of Blue Pyrenees Estate and is director of the Cognacs and Estates of Rémy Martin. His father Henri Gere was the Cellarmaster of several Chateaux in Medoc, Pontet-Canet, Malescasse and Lafon Rochet. Together they planned Dellys, one vineyard in Australia, one vineyard in France.
Dellys has a double history. Dellys was named after the “Dallys” cottage, the old coach stop during the gold rush near the Gere’s vineyards in Australia. “Dellys” was also the name of the Garnier family property in the ancient wine region of Kabylie.
The Australian vineyard of Dellys is located in the region of Australia that Vincent Gere knows best thanks to his experience as Chief Winemaker at Australia’s Blue Pyrenees Estate, where he developed the wines over 12 years. Naturally, in Australia, Vincent chose the Pyrenees wine region in Western Victoria. Dellys Australian property in Avoca is very near Blue Pyrenees Estate, on the slopes towards the south east. During the gold rush nearly 150 years ago, the geologists and gold diggers understood that the gold nuggets could only be found in the layers from the secondary era. Only the very deep soils allow the root system of the vines to develop and extract the rare nutrients. The red clay, metamorphised in red stones is terrific for the Shiraz of course but also for Cabernet Sauvignon.