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Tellurian - Pastiche Shiraz 2018

A Shiraz with lifted aromatics and intensity of fruit

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Tellurian - Pastiche Shiraz 2019
Tellurian - Pastiche Shiraz 2018
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Unit Size:750ml

Alcohol Volume:14.4%



Tasting Notes

Pastiche Shiraz is made in a medium-bodied style, blended from selected blocks at Tranter Rd vineyard to express the beauty and personality of Heathcote in a lifted, aromatic style with the intensity of fruit balanced by the influence of moderate oak and savoury tannins.

Technical Info



Organic Certification:ACO - 12239

Country of Origin:Australia

Serving Temperature:18-20°C

Drink By:2031

Wine Ageing:10 months ageing in American and French oak (10% new)

Winemaking Style:Modern

Winemaking:Fermented in a mix of stainless steel and concrete fermenters, foudre and small plastic vats. Destemmed (10% whole bunches), 6–16 days on skins.

Viticulture:Blended from selected blocks at our Tranter Rd vineyard.

Food Pairing:Lamb Gyros, lamb cutlets, roast beef, beef wellington, grilled lamb chops with mint sauce, slow roasted lamb shoulder

Reviews and Accolades



Halliday Companion - Jeni Port

Fermented in a mix of stainless-steel and concrete fermenters, foudre and small plastic vats. Destemmed (10% whole bunches), 6–16 days on skins, 10 months' maturation in American and French oak (10% new). Youthful and raring to go, this bursts with black cherry, black olive, vanilla pod and spice, combined with real tannic grip. Tight as a drum across the palate, finishing with a drying astringency.

Taste Profile


Full Body





Tannins (Bitterness)



Established in 2002, Tellurian is a well-known winery located in the heart of Heathcote, Victoria, Australia. Owned by Daniel Hopkins and with the expertise of winemaker Tobias Ansted, Tellurian has become a respected name in the Australian wine industry. One fascinating aspect of Tellurian is its unique name, which draws inspiration from the vineyard's exceptional red Cambrian soil, rich in tellurium. This distinctive soil, often referred to as "Heathcote's treasure," contributes to the terroir that sets Tellurian wines apart. Tellurian has particularly gained recognition for its Shiraz and Rhône varietals, known for their exceptional quality and distinctive Heathcote character. With a commitment to environmental responsibility and a passion for crafting outstanding wines, Tellurian continues to be a standout winery in the Australian wine landscape.

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