from Barossa Valley
If you think grenache can’t have the same intensity of power and flavour than that of its shiraz brethren, think again. Torbreck have stayed true to their calling of providing full bodied reds synonymous with Barossa. With 18 months in larger french oak formats, the Harris has had enough time for oak to integrate without it overpowering classic grenache personality traits of softer blue fruits, lifted liquorice, lighter white pepper and a recognisable liveliness over the palate. This single site from Marananga on Barossa’s western ridge uses all bush vines and the 2018 vintage, strong overall, was particularly suited to this varietal. Better suited to younger drinking, the optimum window to enjoy this would be over the next few years so as not to lose it’s vibrancy and plushness. Best paired with American style barbecued and smoked meats with a side of spicy slaw.
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Liquor Licence No. 36128660
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