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A blend of 66% Tempranillo, 30% old vine Garnacha and 4% Graciano. Cherry and cola aromas mingle with hints of chocolate and spicy. A dark, yet luminous crimson colour hints at the rich semi-savoury dark cherry and cola palate that nishes with a hint of grenache red cherry juiciness. The original Spanish spelling of Barrosa honours the original name given to our Barossa Valley by Colonel Light who fought in the 1811 battle.
|When to Drink||Now|
|Grapes||A blend of 66% Tempranillo, 30% old vine Garnacha and 4% Graciano.|
|Pairing||Drink with rare lamb or homemade pizza.|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
Tempranillo parcels from Gomersal on the Western ridge and Williamstown in the Barossa’s southern hills were individually matured for seven months in seasoned American and French puncheons and hogsheads, then blended with Garnacha from 50 year old vines in the Lyndoch foothills picked late February, giving the ripe juicy fruit needed to flesh out the structure of Tempranillo’s complex and savoury fruit.
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