Joe Fattorini's Tasting Note: "For just under a tenner it's hard to imagine much better value than this. Each of the four grapes here plays a part. Forget any monolithic stereotype of Aussie wine. Shiraz for substance, Grenache for flesh, Tempranillo for savoury fruit and Mourvedre for spice. Casseroles, lighter grills and even roasts. But I like it best with pizza."
This multi-dimensional wine is an exciting blend of 4 red grape varieties that grow easily in the Barossa and complement each other beautifully.
Shiraz creates the backdrop for this soft aromatic blend with the classic Spanish variety Tempranillo, Mourvédre and Grenache. Tempranillo's fragrant fruit shines alongside the earthy notes of Mourvédre and the spice of Grenache. Layers of fruit flavour indeed.
It is vibrant red with a burst of dark cherry flavour and a softly textured finish and is delightful drinking in its youth.
Food Pairing Suggestions: Mediterranean influenced meat dishes, spicy Indian style curries and hearty casseroles