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Fifth generation viticulturalist and winemaker Grant and his wife Helen founded Grant Burge Wines in 1988 and based i...Read more...
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Brick red in color with crushed red cherries, raspberries and subtle floral note on the nose. A very well balanced wine with a crushed velvet tanni... Read more
The Holy Trinity Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre has a deep garnet color with a touch of purple in the rim. The nose provides earthy / gamey aromas with ... Read more
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Brick red in color with crushed red cherries, raspberries and subtle floral note on the nose. A very well balanced wine with a crushed velvet tannin structure, ripe red fruit flavors, a little Turkish delight and a hint of leather and oriental spices (cumin, coriander seed and cardamom) in the long finish. I believe this wine will develop further layers and complexity with age, becoming almost silky smooth and luscious.
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Fifth generation viticulturalist and winemaker Grant and his wife Helen founded Grant Burge Wines in 1988 and based it at the historic Moorooroo Cellars, on the banks of Jacob's Creek. Grant spent his formative years apprenticing under his father Colin at Wisford. He then teamed up with another passionate young winemaker, Ian Wilson, in 1976 to transform Krondorf Winery into one of the major innovative wineries in Australia. Over the past 35 years, Grant has acquired 13 prized vineyards including Miamba, Filsell, The Holy Trinity and Rocla vineyards. Today he has unrivalled access to the best quality Barossa fruit from vines up to, and well over, a century old. He's developed one of the most extensive networks of premium-quality vineyards in Australia, strategically positioned in the Barossa Valley.
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