Corryton Burge Barossa Valley Grenache 2020

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It’s the first release of the Corryton Burge Grenache and fans of the old Holy Trinity blend will be pleased. While this is a pure grenache, as opposed to the Holy Trinity blend, it still has that Burge stamp of bold and generous Barossan fruit. It won’t live forever but is a beautifully youthful expression of grenache in an unashamedly full-throttle and crowd pleasing style.

There are lashings of cherry liqueur and blackberry fruits with a spicy edge and some sweet oak sitting in the background. It’s punchy and fleshy on the palate – luscious and full-bodied fruits are underpinned by light tannins that lead to a long and supple finish. It’s packed full of flavour for grenache and is perfect for a Moroccan tagine.

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