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Hesketh Wines

Barossa Valley – Grenache

Picked on flavour ripeness in late March -mid April, the fruit for this wine underwent a slow, cool ferment in open-top fermenters. Maturation occurred in old French hogsheads to enhance varietal flavour, structure, and aromatics.


Vintages and Tasting notes

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Wine Press and Accolades

93+ points - Kim Brebach – 08/02/2021

The fruit does the talking here, as it should (the wine sees no new oak): ripe cherries and plums and spices, with a disciplined backbone to stop it sliding into the jammy end of the scale. Good drinking now and will improve for a year or two.

90 points - James Suckling – 20/07/2021

Sourced from along the northwestern edge of the Barossa, this has a nose of dried red berries and flowers, then a quite bold and fleshy palate. Holds well with red plums and cherries to close. Drink now. Screw cap.

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