Shiraz, grenache and mourvedre – Barossa’s brilliant threesome

Shiraz, grenache and mourvedre – Barossa’s brilliant threesome

THE Barossa translates in most people’s awareness to big, robust reds – Shiraz ruling above and beyond all other grapes. The existence of glorious old vines and their capacity to become ripe, sweet-fruited and generous red wine is without question the region’s star attraction. Then there’s the excitement of the ensemble casting that comes in blends of that same Shiraz with Grenache and Mataro (aka Mourvedre) varieties which also have been growing in Barossa soils for many decades.

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