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Holy Trinity

Grant Burge - Holy Trinity 2013

Australia
Red Wine from South Australia · Australia
Price: £24.95
Case Rate: £24.95
Ex Tax: £16.67
Country:
Wine Region: South Australia
Wine Area: Barossa Valley
Winery: Grant Burge
Wine Maker: Craig Stansborough
Grape: Grenache, Shiraz, Mourvedre
Grape Percentage: 38% Grenache, 34% Shiraz and 26% Mourvèdre.
Alcohol Percentage: 14.5%
Unit Quantity (ml): 750
Best To Drink: Cellaring 10 - 15 Years
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Rating 90 pts  Wine Advocate/Robert Parker
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Country:
Wine Region: South Australia
Wine Area: Barossa Valley
Winery: Grant Burge
Wine Maker: Craig Stansborough
Grape: Grenache, Shiraz, Mourvedre
Grape Percentage: 38% Grenache, 34% Shiraz and 26% Mourvèdre.
Alcohol Percentage: 14.5%
Unit Quantity (ml): 750
Best To Drink: Cellaring 10 - 15 Years

Wine tasting notes

With alluring aromas of sweetly spiced Christmas pudding, this full-bodied, rich and juicy wine is packed full with an avalanche of flavours – we're talking fresh plums and berries, fruitcake and chai tea underpinned with fine tannins. It's sweet and savoury and utterly delicious.

Food matching

Pork medallions with a wild mushroom sauce

Expert reviews

Wine Advocate/Robert Parker (2012) - 90 pts

Pale to medium garnet colored, the 2012 The Holy Trinity is a little subdued on the nose with notes of warm cherries, stewed plums and mulberries over an undercurrent of Indian spices and game meat. Medium-bodied with a good amount of spice and earth-laced black fruit flavors, it has velvety tannins and a racy acid line and finishes with good persistence.


JancisRobinson.com (2012) - 17 pts

Mid garnet with a pale rim. Warm, ripe, well integrated nose. High-toned herbal top note. Savoury and satisfying. A good charge of ripe fruit in the middle and agreeable freshness on the finish. Tannins are hardly perceptible. Very broad, peacock's tail finish.


James Halliday (2012) - 90 pts

Very much a Barossa Valley style, solid - if not stolid - red (dominant) and black fruits, tannins important, oak less so. A good wine, but no X-factor.

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