A delightful blend of caramel, oak spice, and dark fruit aromas, the 2021 Platinum Edition Barossa Grenache offers flavours of raspberry, dark chocolate, and cinnamon. Soft tannins and a subtle peppery finish make it a wine to be savoured alone or with your favourite meal.
Vibrant ruby red
A complex array of caramel and oak spice with underlying dark fruits and cherry.
Raspberry, cinnamon and dark chocolate, well integrated velvet tannins with a subtle peppery tannin line from whole bunch inclusion.
Very flexible wine suited across a range of cuisines. Try wild mushroom risotto with browned sage butter, or lamb and quince tagine with pistachio couscous.
Harvesting the fruit during the cool of the night preserved its freshness and quality. After gently pressing, minimal fining agents maintained the natural vibrancy and structure of the variety. The inclusion of old barrel fermentation with natural yeast strains, along with further maturation on yeast lees, created layering in this wine, resulting in subtle creaminess that balanced the great natural acidity from this vintage. Prior to bottling, blending, stabilising, and filtering enhanced the wine, producing a superb food pairing wine with good length.
– China Wine & Spirits Awards 2023 – Gold Medal | 2021 Barossa Grenache
– Halliday Wine Companion 2023 – 93 Points | 2021 Barossa Grenache
– Women’s Wine & Spirits Awards 2023 | 2021 Barossa Grenache
– Cairns Show Wine Awards 2022 – Top Gold – 96 Points | 2020 Platinum Edition Grenache
– Women’s Wine & Spirits Awards 2023 – Gold Medal | 2020 Platinum Edition Grenache
– Wine Orbit 2022 – 5 Stars – 95 Points | 2020 Platinum Edition Grenache
– Halliday Wine Companion 2021 – 91 Points | 2020 Platinum Edition Grenache
Nestled in South Australia, the Barossa Wine Region radiates with its warm climate and ancient soils. This distinctive terroir nurtures wines of unparalleled character, notably acclaimed for Shiraz and Grenache. Alongside these stars, an impressive array of exceptional wines flourish here, showcasing the region’s diversity. The intricate interplay of history and diverse soils imbues these wines with a distinctive quality, establishing their prominence on the global wine scene.
No animal derived products were used in the making of this wine