Grange is arguably the best wine from its entire continent. That's a pretty bold statement. This is the iconic wine from Australia and has, and continues to, earn that reputation for over almost seventy years. This is of course, young. Grange is a wine that can easily do a few decades. Yet, it drank well as pop and pour Purple in color. The nose is very pretty with black cherries, ginger, cedar, and spice. Full bodied with firm tannins. Flavors of black cherries, black raspberries, a bot of char/toast. Great mouth feel. Long finish. This will get better with cellaring. It needs maybe ten more years and then hold for twenty more. It will work well with meats, roasts and casseroles.
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