Wallace is an ancestral name of Colin Glaetzer's wife Judith, whose family hail from the old market town of Cupar in Fife, Scotland. Judith's Celtic ancestry is reflected in the three elements of the Wallace symbol - the Celtic cross, thistle and the Celtic knot pattern.
The wine is a blend of 80% Shiraz and 20% Grenache. The age of the vines was between 60 and 80 years old. The vineyard yield was 1.5 tons per acre (3.6 tonnes per hectare). The wine was aged in 2-3 year old oak barrels, (80% French, 20% American), for 12 months. The pH is 3.4, total acidity is 6.6 grammes per litre, and the residual sugar is 0.8 grammes per litre.
This wine was sealed with a screwcap.
Colour : Deep purple
Aroma : Spice, chocolate, coffee, dark berries, herbs
Taste : Mega fruit bomb, spice, blackberry, raspberry, plums, coffee, chocolate
Alcohol : 15.5%
Price : 179 SEK
Mark : B-