Grenache / GSM / Grenache Blends

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Mitolo 7th Son Grenache Shiraz

The wine is mid-weighted with bright acidity and heart-warming earthy, savoury characters of dried herb and tar sitting perfectly alongside delicate raspberry and cherry. The tannins are prominent yet fine and mouth coating providing a wonderful framework for the juicy mid-palate.

La Chasse Cotes Du Rhone "Prestige"

A deep red wine with purple tints. The nose is intense and full with suggestions of blackberry fruit and spices. The spicy element is also apparent to taste, complementing the red fruit character of this full, lively wine which has a long tasty finish.

Vinteloper Urban Winery Project Shiraz Malbec

Tasting notes: Ripe blueberries and plums and all spice on the nose. Round, juicy, sweet dark fruit on the palate, with some meatiness too. Soft vanillin oak, subtle tannins and a heart-warming finish that leaves you wanting more. Balanced, playful and delicious.

Bodegas Castano Monastrell

This wine is a deep shiny cherry-red of medium intensity. Expressive aromas of well ripen red fruit (blueberry and raspberry). It is juicy and pleasantly fruity. It results well structured and balanced, rich and meaty tannins.

Bondar Grenache

Tasting notes: “It’s a marvellous grenache. It has a bit of beef, a bit of flesh, and yet it promotes dryness, spice and structure ahead of fruit. It’s not thick or massively intense but it’s convincing and indeed powerful, by its own design. Licorice, graphite, flings of dried herbs and bushes, a campfire smokiness. It’s textural, it’s aromatic, it’s a treat. The linger of tannin and flavour here is quite superb. Your best glassware, please.” - Campbell Mattinson (The Wine Front)

Boutinot Les Coteaux Cotes Du Rhone Villages

Elegant berry-fruit aromas backed with a hint of cedar and spice, soft supple tannins marrying into the cherry-fruit flavours result in a wine that is rich and smooth. Grenache 85 Syrah 15% Boutinot Rhône ‘Les Coteaux’ Côtes du Rhône Villages 2009, Wine Spectator’s ’100 Outstanding Values’

Claymore You'll Never Walk Alone GSM

The colour is deep with purple tints, thanks to the shiraz component. Coconutty oak scents together with dark fruit aromas lead into a smooth, supple, rounded and easy-drinking palate with gentle tannins. Good, ready to drink red, if not very complex. Now to 2018. 14 per cent alcohol.

Longhop Old Vine Grenache

Medium red cherry coloured, exhibits savoury and spice aromas, silky palate, flavours in the brighter red spectrum followed by hints of cloves & dark chocolate, it continues to build, dark and full of old vine power with fine tannins drawing out the long satisifying finish. And you think, why does this have to end?

Delas Saint Esprit Cotes du Rhone

Possesses an impressive purity in its black fruit, which is embellished with hints of spice on both nose and palate; the Syrah in the blend really showing its peppery influence syrah & grenache