Coming soon: Four Pillars' Bloody Shiraz Gin for 2020.

Gin four pillars shiraz

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Gin four pillars shiraz

Australian distillery Four Pillars has launched the fifth iteration of its covetable wine-infused Bloody Shiraz Gin, which mixes the distillery’s Rare Dry Gin with shiraz grape juice. The inaugural 2015 batch used 250 kilograms of grapes and sold out in weeks. Last year, despite the distillery crushing roughly 10 tonnes of fruit, the product sold out within four and a half months.

Gin four pillars shiraz

Four Pillars Gin launched in 2013 following 18 months of testing and experimentation, and after a hugely successful crowdfunding campaign to fund the Four Pillars Distillery near Melbourne, Australia. The team describe the 'Four Pillars' as being their German copper pot stills, the triple-filtered water from the Yarra Valley, the botanicals from Australia (including Tasmian pepper berry leaf.

Gin four pillars shiraz

Combining Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin with some of the best Shiraz grapes in Australia to create Bloody Shiraz Gin. The resultant gin is an incredibly rich deep purple colour which turns iridescent pink when mixed with tonic or soda. Aromatically it has fresh pine needles, citrus and spice with a clear peppery dense raspberry character. The palate is lovely and sweet with a long juniper and.

Gin four pillars shiraz

Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz Gin (37.8% ABV) has a rich, purple colour with aromas of pine needles, citrus, spice, and a clear peppery, raspberry character. The palate is sweet and lingers with juniper and spice notes on the finish. it is recommended to be consumed within two years of vintage. Being unfiltered, the gin will develop secondary fruit characters beyond two years. And that’s a good.

Gin four pillars shiraz

Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz Gin is an innovative gin made by steeping whole Shiraz grapes from the Yarra Valley in the distillery's high-strength Rare Dry Gin for eight weeks. The result is a gin with notes of juniper, spice and raspberries that goes well with tonic or soda.

Gin four pillars shiraz

The home of Four Pillars is in the Yarra Valley, where their neighbours make some of the finest wines in the world. So, they decided to combine Four Pillars Rare Dry Gin with some of the best Shiraz grapes in Australia to create their Bloody Shiraz Gin. They do this by steeping Yarra Valley Shiraz grapes in gin for eight weeks. The fruit is destemmed but kept mainly as whole berries, and the.

Gin four pillars shiraz

Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz Gin 70cl is created with a limited amount of Yarra Valley Shiraz grapes from the 2017 vintage, and is steeped in gin for eight weeks to make Bloody Shiraz Gin. This gin has an incredibly rich, deep purple colour, which turns iridescent pink when mixed with tonic or soda. Aromatically it has fresh pine needles, citrus and spice, and a clear peppery, dense raspberry.

Gin four pillars shiraz

Four Pillars Distillery Four Pillars distillery was established with a focus on gin. But great gin doesn’t just make itself. They recognised that real focus would need to be on the craft of distilling. If they could elevate this area of expertise in Australia, and bring a modern Australian sensibility to the process, then maybe they could make a gin worth shouting about. Two years on and the.

Gin four pillars shiraz

Four Pillars Gin is a craft distillery based in Healesville in Melbourne’s Yarra Valley. Founded in 2013, we make gin. Actually we make gins, plural. From our original multi-award winning Rare Dry Gin to the only gin in the world made just for a Negroni, from a Navy Strength Gin that is best in its class to our entirely unique Bloody Shiraz Gin. And they are always based on our four pillars.

Gin four pillars shiraz

Four Pillars Bloody Shiraz Gin is best consumed within two years of vintage. The gin is unfiltered and may start to develop drier fruit characters beyond two years. Flavour-wise it’s showing dark fruit, red berry and spice. There is also plenty of that classic Yarra Shiraz white pepper. And of course a lovely ginny character carries those grape aromas, making it unmistakably gin. The palate.