Gemtree Vineyards Grenache Blend Mclaren Vale Cadenzia 2008

Member Review by Debra Meiburg MW:

See Andrew Buttery (Gemtree Vineyards) in our Meet-the-Winemaker video series (#2): www.debramasterofwine.com

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Gemtree Vineyards Pty Ltd:
Gemtree Vineyards is owned and run by third generation grapegrowers, the Buttery Family. The family is dedicated to producing iconic wines of the highest quality from their McLaren Vale vineyards which since 2008 have been farmed 100% biodynamically. They are also passionate about sound environmental practices, sustainable agriculture and innovation, both in the vineyards and in the winery,... Read more
Gemtree Vineyards is owned and run by third generation grapegrowers, the Buttery Family. The family is dedicated to producing iconic wines of the highest quality from their McLaren Vale vineyards which since 2008 have been farmed 100% biodynamically. They are also passionate about sound environmental practices, sustainable agriculture and innovation, both in the vineyards and in the winery, where winemaker Mike Brown pushes the boundaries of experimentation with biodynamic wines and alternative winemaking practices. Read less

Member Reviews for Gemtree Vineyards Grenache Blend Mclaren Vale Cadenzia

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Snooth User: Debra Meiburg MW
6836507,588
0.00 5
Vintage: 2006 01/03/2011

See Andrew Buttery (Gemtree Vineyards) in our Meet-the-Winemaker video series (#2): www.debramasterofwine.com


Snooth User: VegasOenophile
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3.00 5
Vintage: 2006 03/12/2013

Grenache-dominant nose with rose petal, black tea, lavender and violet florals over red and black berry fruit with hints of incense. Hints of white pepper and chalky sand. On the palate, the entry is smoky and black. Plum skins, tar, maduro tobacco, and blackberry. There's also a savory, salinity to it's fleshy mouthfeel. Bold, rich and made for a big piece of beef. Nice wine. I'd estimate it will start to decline soon, as the Tempranillo at only 20% is dominating the palate. 88 pts. 3/12/13



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