D'Arenberg d'Arry'S Shiraz Grenache 2005

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This wine is named in honour of d’Arenberg principal, d’Arry Osborn, who is a Wine-makers Federation of Australia Pat...

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Lilydale, MN (900 mi)
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Medium to full-bodied, plenty of spicy red and black fruits, silky tannins, and good depth...excellent value. Read more

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External Reviews for D'Arenberg d'Arry'S Shiraz Grenache

External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
12/15/2011

silky tannins


External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
12/15/2011

plenty of spicy red and black fruits


External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
03/22/2012

Medium to full-bodied, plenty of spicy red and black fruits, silky tannins, and good depth...excellent value.


External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
12/15/2011

and good depth...excellent value. "\


External Review
Source: Morrell & Company
12/15/2011

" Medium to full-bodied


Winemaker's Notes:

This wine is named in honour of d’Arenberg principal, d’Arry Osborn, who is a Wine-makers Federation of Australia Patron and recipient of the Medal of the Order of Australia. The d’Arry’s Original blend of Shiraz and Grenache was first launched in 1959 named d’Arenberg Burgundy and changed names in the early 1990’s. The nose is lifted with floral tones of violet and a touch of lavender noticeable first with a back-ground of cooked meat and spicy red fruits tied together with an enticing earthiness. The palate has a velvety mouth feel and fantastic balance with raspberry, boysenberry, plum and prune building to a back palate of spices and a touch of pepper. The silky tannins and a subtle cinnamon character provide for a long refined finish. The balance of fruit, lively acidity and tannin is the hallmark of this wine and with careful cellaring it will drink well over the next decade, but is already a delightfully slippery drink.

This wine is named in honour of d’Arenberg principal, d’Arry Osborn, who is a Wine-makers Federation of Australia Patron and recipient of the Medal of the Order of Australia. The d’Arry’s Original blend of Shiraz and Grenache was first launched in 1959 named d’Arenberg Burgundy and changed names in the early 1990’s. The nose is lifted with floral tones of violet and a touch of lavender noticeable first with a back-ground of cooked meat and spicy red fruits tied together with an enticing earthiness. The palate has a velvety mouth feel and fantastic balance with raspberry, boysenberry, plum and prune building to a back palate of spices and a touch of pepper. The silky tannins and a subtle cinnamon character provide for a long refined finish. The balance of fruit, lively acidity and tannin is the hallmark of this wine and with careful cellaring it will drink well over the next decade, but is already a delightfully slippery drink.

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