Seldom Inn by Geddes
The philosophy behind the label “Seldom Inn” was from the Late Pat Geddes who was one for living life and being a larger than life character.
Pat used to unplug the phone from the wall or ask his kids to say he wasn’t home. This resulted in his associates to make a sign Seldom Inn and hanging it on the driveway entrance. This belief of turning the phone, computer and any other technology that makes you instantly contactable, “off”. Enjoy life with a glass of wine, tasty food and great friends.
2012 SELDOM INN CABERNET SAUVIGNON
2012 SELDOM INN CABERNET SAUVIGNON - The unmistakeable nose of classic french oak, smoked paprika and dried chili’s, classic blueberries too. A sizable wine with cellaring a must. Old vine fruit that is rich with spice and wild mushrooms.
2013 SELDOM INN CABERNET
2013 SELDOM INN CABERNET - This Cabernet is sourced from two vineyards in the Blewitt Springs region of McLaren Vale. The majority is from a 25 years old free draining sand over clay vineyard. Minimal intervention practiced, both in the vineyard and the winemaking.
2015 SELDOM INN GRENACHE
Rose petals, savoury oak aged in large format oak for 18 months. Spice white peppar and red fruit steamlined pallete more of a delicate styled wines due to the warmer vintage.
2015 SELDOM INN GRENACHE MOURVEDRE
The brightness of the fruit weight in this wine is truly one of its best characters. The elegant and lifted floral juicy texture is from the carbonic maturation of the Grenache portion. This style of winemaking creates soft tannins that are ready drinking character
2016 GRENACHE GRACIANO
Lifted aromatic florals from the grenache characters, rose petals, spice, red fruits or you are now just describing the graciano. The Spanish got these two varieties are so complimentary like entering an English man in running with the bulls.
2016 SELDOM INN SHIRAZ
2016 Seldom Inn shiraz more refined than a traditional shiraz. This classic McLaren Vale Shiraz contains all that’s good about the Vale.
2017 PETTI VERDOT
The stars and moons aligned after seven years and a single varietal Petit Verdot has been created. Its name translates in French into “little green one” but with Mclaren Vale sunshine and climate it matures into little red delicious berries.