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Community Tasting Notes (11) Avg Score: 91.4 points

  • A fine aromatic expression of Grenache - sweet red/black fruit on the nose, some baking spices and some florals. Medium-bodied with high alcohol, but totally lacking in acidity making this a flabby, overly sweet wine. Try drinking more than a glass of this and see where you end up.

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  • The Great 2019 Easter Marathon!; 4/17/2019-4/26/2019 (Sydney): Old, dusty fruit, aged prune. Complex. Orange peel. Layered. Very sweet luohanguo, dates. Complex. Tungkwuey. Heady Indian spices, royal jelly. Ashy pencil shavings
    Beautiful!

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  • This is one firery, hedonistic, fine McLaren Vale Grenache.

    Sourced from a 1935, dry grown single vineyard, established using original cuttings from France.

    Cherry jam, raspberry, dried thyme, liquorice, pomegranate, a touch of vanilla and lots of black pepper shine on the heady nose and super ripe, medium-bodied chalky feeling palate. There’s a smooth, rounded feel up front, before a strong lift, and a peppery, thyme finish. Very nice, if a touch too heady for my tastes.

    Drink 2018-2021. A Wozza 92/100 (3.6/5.0) from me.

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  • Juicy stuff, rich, flamboyant, as one would expect. It has settled down, somewhat, and 10 years is left here, no prob, but why? A wine like this is all about the magnificent fruit, that is found here (and nowhere else); boysenberry, black currant, seductive sweetness and still a backbone that holds things together. A playfull wine, yes, childish even, but sometimes this is the answer (with maroccan spiced 24-hour neck of lamb, chez moi).

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  • Tasted blind, deep opaque core with crimson hue. Ripe fruits nose, blackberry, plenty of roasted element and slightly jammy but mellowed.
    Palate not far from the nose suggest, soft and mellowed with plenty of sweet fruits, roasted coffee, blackberry, dark cherry, some pruney character and toasty oak. Long finish with soft tannins. Drinking well now.
    I did not get the vintage correct and to my surprised it has developed further from my last tasting 2 years ago to show a smooth and supple palate and alcohol well contain this time.

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