Three and a half glasses
External Reviews for Burge Holy Trinity
This hearty, Rhône-like, red wine is named after an Anglican church of the area. It's spicy, packed with mixed dark berries and vanilla. An excellent match to any meat-based cuisine - especially grilled sausages.
Wine Advocate ReviewGrant Burge's best known wine, The Holy Trinity, is an SGM blend. The 2003 The Holy Trinity is composed of 39% Grenache, 37% Shiraz, and 24% Mourvedre. It presents an enticing nose of earth, garrigue, sage, lavender, black cherry, and black raspberry. Fleshy, ripe, and full-flavored, it is slightly narrow in the finish. Drink it over the next 10 years.Wine Tasting NotesThe wine is deep purple with crimson hues, and the nose is alive with floral characters, sweet dense spice and dried thyme, a hint of mint and pleasant sweet berry aromas. The palate is complex with delicious quince and floral flavors supported by savoury and earthy spice from the extended maceration. It displays an intensity, texture and structure that makes it an extremely well balanced wine, and it will cellar well for the next 10 years or more. The Holy Trinity matches well with duck and other gamey meat dishes.
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