My second time trying Grange. Side by side with Hill of Grace this actually comes across more restrained. But it’s also a younger wine. Currants, plums, lavender, espresso, vanilla, sweet baking spices, asphalt. Rich and polised finish with freshness for balance. Aging will enhance the wine to new heights. — 3 days ago
Stewed dark berries, white pepper, green bell pepper, and overall absolutely delicious. Smooth texture but bold arbiter same time — 2 months ago
Wow that’s good! — 3 months ago
A massive, deep, powerful and structured masterpiece of a Grange. Youthful, yet also rocking tonight with explosive and layered aromatics of créme de cassis, warm cherry pie, eucalyptus and Christmas spices. They waft from the glass. The palate is rich and intense but also shows such finesse in its delivery, along with a silky smooth texture, ripe tannins and ridiculous length. Differing from my usual wines of choice, but Grange is indeed a special wine. ✨ — a month ago
Translucent brilliant garnet/ruby.
Red cherry, earthy mushroom, hint of baking spice.
Balance tart and tangy with light chalky silky tannin. — 4 months ago
It is not called “baby grange” for no reason — 23 days ago
Hot dog!! Beautiful red blend cab franc really brought that bell pepper note. Love — 3 months ago
Nice smooth wine. Lovely when it opens up — 4 months ago