Greenock Creek New Releases 2022

2021 Cornerstone Grenache – 92 Points

This ripe and fleshy Grenache is packed full of fruit with layers of raspberry and red licorice aromas with serious volume and impact. A mouthfilling palate follows, with silky tannins beautifully integrated into layers of bold dark berry fruits with a seamless flow through to a long, supple finish. A very Greenock Creek interpretation of Grenache with wide appeal. 2022-2030

2020 Casey’s Block Shiraz – 91 Points

A punchy, juicy Barossa Shiraz, Greenock Creek’s Casey’s Block offers up intense aromas of chocolate and blackberry with a distinctive edge of tar and licorice. A freight train of blackberry laced flavour follows, with a peppery lift before the tannins rise up to provide a firm, slightly sappy finish. This wine could do with a couple of years to settle down. 2024-2030

2020 Stone Block Shiraz – 91 points

This bold Barossan delivers generous serves of rich fruit and oak, which sit comfortably together. Plush fruit compote and black cherry aromas are laced with cocoa and vanilla bean oak. There is then an opulence to the flavour profile but also structure with fruits of the forrest and fruit pastille flavours underpinned by a firm, drying backbone and juicy acidity before finishing bright, fresh and long. Drinking well now but with some aging potential. 2022-2028

2020 Alices Shiraz – 92 Points

This well composed Barossa Shiraz shows impressive power and fruit focus as it delivers chocolate and black cherry aromas with a gentle and attractive jammy edge, clove scented oak sitting in the background. A more rustic palate follows – gravelly tannins providing a muscular feel before tightening up a little on the finish. A couple of years in the cellar will help this wine to fill out. 2024-2030

2020 Apricot Block Shiraz – 95 Points

This superb and unique expression of the Barossa instantly impresses and hits you between the eyes as it offers up heady and decadent aromas of licorice, plum skin, white pepper, and stone fruit with tight French oak providing the perfect backdrop. Superb volume of flavour is then well supported by a backbone of fine yet firm tannins which helps to deliver exceptional length. What a wine. 2025-2035

2019 Seven Acre Shiraz – 94 Points

This Seven Acre Shiraz is tightly packed and built for the long haul. Black as night, there are decadent aromas of blueberry, tar and licorice wrapped up in a thick blanket of high quality French oak – all tight and focused. Fantastic density of flavour is well matched to chewy tannins – a savoury spicy, almost slaty edge adding something special before delivering a long and strong finish. It is a big wine, but will cellar well. 2030-2038

2017 Roennfeldt Road Cabernet Sauvignon – 93 Points

2017 has delivered an almost elegant version of Roennfeldt Road Cabernet Sauvignon. There is a brightness and freshness to the wine with oak and fruit in good harmony. Leafy blackberry aromas are appealing and joined by some slightly cedary and mocha influences from extended time in oak. The palate is a little underweight but does deliver good complexity with mouthcoating tannins providing support to a lingering finish. Intriguing and may surprise. 2022-2031

2017 Roennfeldt Road Shiraz – 94 Points

The 2017 Roennfeldt Road Shiraz does not disappoint with its classic mix of sweet oak, opulent fruit and nutty richness from long aging in barrel. There is fantastic volume of fruit as it is dripping with rum and raisin, and chocolate dipped blackberry aromas well matched to coconut oak. Decadent levels of sweet fruit flavour are lifted by more savoury and subtle nuances – pepper, Australian bush and dried herbs adding plenty of interest. Generous ripeness then supports a long, open knit finish, with ample tannins in support. It’s already drinking well but has pelty of staying power to enjoy over the medium term. 2022-2034



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