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Stemmy and perfumy on the nose with soil tones, green fennel and cardamom seeds, a touch of volatility, and some plummy sweetness. Has a leading ed... Read more
Figs and nuts in the aroma, toasted almonds. A little bit of dry grass. The mouth is pointed and acidic, with a nice red fruit tartness on the fi... Read more
Always really enjoyable every time and of a great value. Read more
Food Pairings for The Stump Jump Grenache-Shiraz-Mourvedre
Editorial Reviews for The Stump Jump Grenache-Shiraz-Mourvedre
Stemmy and perfumy on the nose with soil tones, green fennel and cardamom seeds, a touch of volatility, and some plummy sweetness. Has a leading edge of woody sweetness that then turns to a rather broad pool of sweet peach toned strawberry and cherry fruit with some dry austere tannins adding cut and refreshing the very strawberry fruited finish. This is a bit loose, with nice fruit flavors in an easy drinking style that finishes a bit short and dry though with nice persistence to the licorice and strawberry fruit 84pts
Figs and nuts in the aroma, toasted almonds. A little bit of dry grass. The mouth is pointed and acidic, with a nice red fruit tartness on the finish, which is also quite a bit peppery.
Always really enjoyable every time and of a great value.
I would recommend decanting this wine to get its full potential. Initially there is a good bit of oak and spice on the nose and an underlying mix of dark fruits. This opens up to a plethora of stewed fruits reminiscent of a christmas pudding. these fruits follow through onto the palate with a nice touch of tannin and pleasant finish
Straight away you notice the colour of this one - very opaque red, a ruby pink. A little floral on the nose but otherwise quite tight with not a lot coming through. Very fruity on the palate - strawberry candy flavours. On its own this would probably be a disaster but the shiraz clearly comes through on the back end of this wine and delivers some nice structure. Maybe a little too tutti frutti for me but this is an excellent wine in my opinion.
I had ths on its own last night and really enjoyed it. It has a nice nose of rhubarb, pomegranite, and a little clove. It was smooth on the palate and the spiciness of the shiraz reallly cut through, it was medium bodied with medium-soft tannins.
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