Grant Burge the Holy Trinity 2010
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.Add winemaker's notes
Editorial Reviews for Grant Burge the Holy Trinity
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.
Three and a half glasses
Excellent wine! Full-bodied and extremely smooth.
One of my favourite Aussie GSM's - probably not many years left now but has been a stalwart
Decanted for two hours. Opened with lush rich red fruits and earthy undertones. Soft silky tannins and great viscosity give a great mouth feel. I understand the reviewers who interpret tartness on the finish, it has a sour cherry finish that screams for food. This wine still has a few years of life left, but am glad I opened it now, it was well worth it. Great wine.
Excellent wine, very smooth and hints of fruit.
External Reviews for Grant Burge the Holy Trinity
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 a core of warm cherries and black raspberries plus some pepper and aniseed.
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.
A lighter, softer style, cherry red in colour, with rose petal characters dominating the nose. Excellent fruit character with raspberry and mulberry on the palate, and savoury oak elements. Overall a firm, well-balanced and complex wine.
Grant Burge The Holy Trinity GSM 2002: Dekantier-Empfehlung (1 Std. vorher belüften), empf. Trinktemperatur 16-18°C, in Barriques gereift (16 Monate), lagerfähig 7 - 10 Jahre ab JahrgangJahrgang: 2002Inhalt: 0,75 LRegion: Barossa ValleyWeingut: Grant BurgeRebsorte: 39% Grenache36 % Shiraz 25% MourvedreRestzucker: trockenRestsäure: Alkoholgehalt: 0.14 Rotwein
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