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Poor Thing is classic Barossa Grenache made to be expressive, complex, yet understated and hospitable in your mouth.
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Dense, purpled Ruby- within body.Softly perfumed floral notes head the background of complex red, blue and black fruits and a creamy blueberry muffin character persists throughout the spectrum. A plush ...
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The Chateau Chateau project is a study of the effects of soil and place and Skulls joined the series as classic expression of the Barossa region. The project brief describes the old vine Grenache/Mataro ...
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One of the more perfumed vintages, the 2013 Old Vine Grenache has pretty floral aromas and briary bright red fruits. The palate shows lots of bright cherry fruit, and the vineyards typical fine line of ...
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The wine has great floral notes of strawberry fruit and fennel. The palate is medium bodied and fleshy, with more of the strawberry fruits and creamy texture, and finishes with fine fruit tannins. A great ...
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Enjoy this wine from Victoria produced by M. Chapoutier and is a Australian Still Wine 2015 vintage that is 750ml.
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This Grenache has been produced from a single, 85 year old vineyard from the high altitude region of Rowland Flat in the renowned Barossa Valley. It has been created in the same time honored fashion in ...
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Enjoy this wine from South Australia Barossa produced by Yalumba and is a Australian Still Wine 2014 vintage that is 750ml.
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The Cirillo 1850 Grenache is grown on sandy soils situated in the old “Seigersdorf” area of the Barossa Valley. This single vineyard is believed to be the oldest Grenache vineyard left in the ...
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Although there are growing regions throughout the country, the most significant production is from the south where the cooler climate and coasts are ideal for vineyards. Indeed, the south is responsible for most of the country's production and premium wines.

None of the grapes grown in Australia are native to the country, but winemakers have managed to produce a wide range of varieties and styles from highly drinkable wines to valuable aged bottles. They are best known for Shiraz and contribute red and whites, including Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and more. Shop online for sales on Australian wine by the bottle or the case.