Shopping cart


Tournon Shay’s Flat Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon




Named after a locale in the Australian Pyrenees, Shay’s Flat is produced on an east facing ridge in the southern foothills. It appears as a natural amphitheater with red soils of schist, quartz and rich clay. The vineyard features ten hectares of Shiraz in two parcels. 

Grape variety
Cabernet Sauvignon 

A mixture of deep red soil, schist, quartz and clay.

Harvested at night in late April to ensure flavour ripeness.

The fruit was destemmed and transferred into a concrete tank where it was kept cool. Within a few days the indigenous yeasts started fermentation and the cap was managed through pump overs, twice daily for a period of 5 – 6 weeks to maximise the polymerisation of tannins. The fermentation temperature was naturally kept low by the concrete tanks at around 28-32°C.

The wine was gently pressed off skins, showing gritty yet supple tannins. A portion of the wine was transferred into French oak puncheons (approx. 40% new oak), and matured for approx. 10 months.


Colour: dark, garnet red.
Nose: blackberry, blackcurrant, red currants, plum, spice, cigar box.
Palate: dark fruits and spice with fleshy, supple tannins, medium – full bodied.

Recommended food pairing: grilled meat, soft cheeses
Serving temperature: 16-17°C.
Ageing potential: more than 8 years.

Additional information

Additional information

Bottle Size






Scroll To Top

By using this website, you accept that you are 18+ as required by Australian laws. It is illegal to continue using this site if you are not over 18 years old.

We use cookies to improve your experience on our website. By browsing this website, you agree to our use of cookies.