2022 Grenache

2022 Grenache

SIZE 750mL
TYPE Lighter/Medium Bodied Red

Brilliant ruby with purple hues in colour in the glass

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Tasting Notes

Aroma Initially bursting with raspberry, confectionary & rose petals, this gives way to more subtle forest fruit and forest floor complexity

Palate Fleshy, sweeter fruit palate held in check by a crunchy acidity 

Food Pairing

This lighter style wine wont overpower but the strong acid lone can cut through fatty foods, so think duck and pork.


1 - 7 years

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Awards + Reviews

Langhorne Creek Wine Show 2023

Bronze Medal

Melbourne Int. Wine Show 2023

Silver Medal

Nicole Bilson (Wine Pilot)

91 Points

Angus Hughson (Wine Pilot)

92 Points

Shanteh Wale (Wine Pilot)

95 Points

Sam Kim

92 Points

Winestate Magazine

92 Points

Wine Showcase Magazine

94 Points

Angus Hughson (Wine Pilot)

92 Points

Taste profile

Primary flavors


One of the tartest red fruits, raspberry has a distinctive flavour and aroma that’s relished in desserts and confectionery. Given these characteristics, it’s more commonly detected as a primary aroma in ripe and fruit-forward red wines with medium to high acidity.

Rose Petal

Rose petal flavour is highly aromatic and may be described as similar to a basket of fruits, nasturtium or cloves.


Fruit flavors in red wines typically fall into two different categories: red fruit and black fruit flavors. Cherry flavour falls into the red fruit categories but the cherry flavours span from red to black, and fresh to sweet. Confusing! Red Cherries can typically be found in young Grenache. Black Cherries are found in mature Pinot Noir.

Secondary flavors


Floral notes bloom delicately—a fragrant symphony of blossoms such as white blossom or orange blossom. Their ethereal presence adds a nuanced elegance, uplifting the palate for an aromatic taste.

Earthy Notes

Earthiness is an umbrella term for aroma and flavour compounds suggestive of mushrooms, vegetation, wet leaves, graphite, tobacco plants, herbs, potting soil, root vegetables, and hay bales. Usually most commonly found in red wines and only sometimes in whites.