Named after Governor Sir Henry Galway, governor of South Australia from 1914-1920.
Several varieties including Shiraz and Tokay are blended to produce this wine. Fermented and aged in oak for an average of 12 years this has aromas of raisins, dried pears, grilled nuts and spicy, dusty oak. On the palate the wine has balanced sweetness complemented by a good level of fresh acidity.
- Region: South Australia
- Alcohol: 18.5%
- Closure: Cork