St John Road Prayer Garden Grenache
Wonderfully perfumed red fruits, dusted with spice. Heady florals give way to a warming palate of jubey red fruits, with fine-grained tannins and a spicy finish. Yum. After managing a B&B in the south of France, Martin and Vivienne Rawlinson were inspired to establish St Johns Road in 2001, located in South Australia's Barossa Valley. St John's Road are inspired by the characters, the history and the vineyards of this great wine region, with a vision to produce full flavoured, yet elegant, wines which reflect the essence of the Barossa.
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Brotte La Fiole Cotes du Rhone
VINDANA Keeper of the Stones - Grenache
LIMITED RELEASE 2,340 bottles only..Single vineyard 100 year old Grenache vines are sustainably nurtured knarly and twisted ol' souls. Wine is elegance of fruit purity complexed by sublte oak nuances. Traditional winemaking in small batch barrel fermentation with wild yeast in natural oak environment including daily hand-plunging. Gentle basket press then transfered into seasoned French oak barriques for 18 months maturation. This wine has no filtering or fining so as to preserve the unique characteristics and flavour.
Ortus Wines Ortus McLaren Vale Grenache
Bright and perfumed, the inviting bouquet shows ripe strawberry, raspberry, floral and mixed spice aromas, followed by an elegantly weighted palate that is smooth and lingering. The wine offers fabulous fruit purity and vibrancy, backed by polished tannins.
Willunga 100 McLaren Vale Grenache
The Resilient Grenache
Deep ruby with a purple tint and magenta rim. Vibrant, red fruits of raspberry with strawberry sorbet and hints of red licorice and spice. Hints of game and cherry cola. Juicy red fruits, raspberry coulis, blueberries and fresh acidity. Lovely, soft tannins give smoothness and creaminess with some savoury notes of brioche and subtle spices.
Thistledown Gorgeous Grenache Rose
Yangarra Old Vine Grenache
While certainly lighter, more elegant, and a different style to that of some of previous years, the 2011 vintage is one of the greatest Grenache vintages Yangarra has ever produced. The white pepper spice is telling of such a cool year, and is married with bright cherries and raspberry alongside complex hints of liquorice, chicory and cured meats. The tannins are fine and delicate, and the acidity alike.
Little Giant McLaren Vale Grenache
Little Giant Barossa Grenache showcases everything you love about the South Australian winemaking region. This Grenache has a full and complex palate and bright acidity on the finish. Ready to drink now or leave to cellar for a few years.
Yangarra High Sands Grenache
A brooding and strongly varietal grenache style showing concentrated dark cherry, tobacco, spice, iron and raspberry fruits. Full-bodied, dry and firm on the palate with significant tannins well supported by complex fruit, it finishes long and robust, typical of classic Grenache.
Cheapest by 6%Yangarra High Sands Grenache 2014$125 eachIn cases of 6$750 total$16.67 per 100mLHistory:
Yangarra High Sands Grenache 2006$129 eachIn cases of 6$774 total$17.20 per 100mLHistory:
Yangarra High Sands Grenache 2014$133 eachIn any 6$17.73 per 100mLHistory:
Yangarra High Sands Grenache 2015$134 eachIn cases of 6$804 total$17.87 per 100mLHistory:
Yangarra High Sands Grenache$135 eachIn any 6$18.00 per 100mLHistory:
Pierre Rougon Chateauneuf du Pape
A palate with a nice attack ; round and pure, with notes of ripe fruits. The vintage is well balanced: the density and the aromas are its major qualities. This Châteauneuf du Pape will accompany perfectly a dish cooked in sauce and some famous dark chocolate. Best enjoyed decanted, between 14 and 16°C. Can be kept from 8 to 12 years.