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Category Archives: Australian Grenache

McLaren Vale’s Yangarra Estate: Lifting grenache to new heights

If you’ve been keeping up with the weather in South Australia over the past few weeks, no doubt you’re feeling a bit of sympathy for the state’s wineries. Extreme heat and violent unexpected storms are just two examples of the …

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Agathist Alchemy: New Barossa label from Torbreck winemaker Chris Isbel

Tomorrow is International Grenache Day. Even though grenache is one of the most widely planted red grape varieties in the world it’s still considered a bit of an unsung hero? As a lover of Rhône wines and especially Châteauneuf-du-Pape, of which …

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Grenache: Standing Tall as a Single Variety Wine!

Chateau Tanunda recently picked up the Single Estate Red Wine Trophy for The Everest Old Bushvine Grenache 2008 at the International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) in London. The IWSC is one of the most prestigious competitions in the world, …

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