Domaine de Cala Rose
McLaren Vale III Associates Four Score Grenache
The vines used to produce this wonderful Grenache are 80 years old (hence the name!) and it shows. Ripe cherry, berry fruit and a touch of spice that lingers on the palate. Lovely soft tannins that will reward medium term cellaring.
Born Rose Organic
Thistledown Gorgeous Grenache Rose
Corryton Burge Barossa Grenache
Hither & Yon Grenache Touriga
Capcanes Mas Donis Negre
Ox Hardy McLaren Vale Grenache
Wirra Wirra Mrs Wigley Grenache Rosé
Mrs Wigley was not the wife of Wirra Wirra founder, Robert Strangways Wigley, but in fact a neighbouring cat that took up residence in the winery open top fermenters. The rosé show aromas of fresh strawberry and cherry and a crisp palate of light spice and a lingering dry finish.
Palacios Remondo 'La Vendimia' Rioja
La Vendimia displays notes of ripe red and yellow cherries both in the nose and on the palate. Juicy orchard fruit are blended seamlessly with silky undertones of soft minerality, culminating in a long, refreshing finish. Meant to drink now through the next three years, this enjoyable wine can also be served slightly chilled
The Sandmine Old Vine Barossa Grenache
Amelia and Trent Burge are the 6TH generation of a Barossa winemaking legacy. The two siblings, have named this collaborative range after a Burge family vineyard, where they spent many childhood years, affectionately calling it The Sandmine vineyard due to its location near a neighbouring sandmine. The old vineyards roots run deep into the soil giving them constant access to the underground water. The range includes a flagship wine for each of the duo, The Grenache favoured by Amelia for its rich black-currant, red and dark fruit flavours. This modern Barossa Grenache, from the familys 100 year old bush vines is a fruit driven style, with mouth filling richness and subtle tannins.