John Duval Plexus Shiraz Grenache Mourvedre
John Duval was the Chief Winemaker at Penfolds from 1986 - 2002, entrusted to make some of Australia's most iconic wines. This traditional old vine blend is a superb expression of the Barossa. Savoury, spice and subtle oak sweetness on the nose lead to smooth, seamless palate laden with plum jam and liquorice fruit.
John Duval Plexus Shiraz Grenache Mourvedre$35.99 each$4.80 per 100mLHistory:
John Duval Plexus Shiraz Grenache Mourvedre$36.00 eachIn cases of 6$216 total$4.80 per 100mLHistory:
$197 price dropJohn Duval Plexus Shiraz Grenache Mourvedre 2019$37.04 eachIn cases of 6$222 total$4.94 per 100mLHistory:
John Duval Plexus Shiraz Grenache Mourvedre$38.00 eachIn any 6$5.07 per 100mLHistory:
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