Barossa Valley Estate

Barossa Valley Grenache Blend

8.835 ratings
9.11 pro ratings
Barossa Valley, Barossa, South Australia, Australia
Grenache, Shiraz, Mourvedre
Beef, Venison, Chocolate & Caramel, White Rice, Lamb, Pasta, Potato, Mushrooms, Salami & Prosciutto, Chili & Hot Spicy, Tomato-Based, Pork, Pungent Cheese, Hard Cheese, Onion, Shallot, Garlic, Herbs, Soft Cheese, Turkey, Veal, Chicken, Exotic Spices, Duck, Nuts & Seeds, Asian Cuisine, Salads & Greens, Quinoa, Farro, Brown Rice, Quinoa
Top Notes For
Frank Rotello

This was the only kind of stand out at a tiny hole in the wall LQ store. With all the usual commercial brands I chose this one out of desperation. Not a bad find for the price. Had good standard GSM notes. Slight chill was helpful. Surprisingly balanced.

This was the only kind of stand out at a tiny hole in the wall LQ store. With all the usual commercial brands I chose this one out of desperation. Not a bad find for the price. Had good standard GSM notes. Slight chill was helpful. Surprisingly balanced.

Apr 2nd, 2019
James Gerhart

Big jammy red fruit. Pepper, leather, cured meat. M+ intensity, full body, M+acid; M+ soft tannins, M+ finish. 14% alcohol. Overall very good balance. 2015 vintage - drinking its prime. A good wine but a little new world overly powerful for me. Out performs its $12.99 price tag.

Big jammy red fruit. Pepper, leather, cured meat. M+ intensity, full body, M+acid; M+ soft tannins, M+ finish. 14% alcohol. Overall very good balance. 2015 vintage - drinking its prime. A good wine but a little new world overly powerful for me. Out performs its $12.99 price tag.

Jul 3rd, 2020
Walter Fahr

Lucious Barossa Valley blend. Deep ruby color and berry flavor. Enhanced the flavor of a steak, potatoes, chocolate or any other food. Nice nose. 2015 vintage drank in 2020. Just enough time for the tannins to soften.

Lucious Barossa Valley blend. Deep ruby color and berry flavor. Enhanced the flavor of a steak, potatoes, chocolate or any other food. Nice nose. 2015 vintage drank in 2020. Just enough time for the tannins to soften.

Jun 15th, 2020
Neal Ferry

Very good blend

Very good blend

Mar 25th, 2020
Bernard ussher

Champagne $11.

Champagne $11.

Feb 6th, 2020
Jessica rucks

Really disliked it with my first glass... 2 days later tried it again and am thoroughly enjoying it. It went from really acidic to light but flavorful and quite good.

Really disliked it with my first glass... 2 days later tried it again and am thoroughly enjoying it. It went from really acidic to light but flavorful and quite good.

Nov 11th, 2019
Jill Schuchardt

Full body, med tannins

Full body, med tannins

Dec 24th, 2018
Phoebe Slater

Appearance: Bold red with hint of brown.
Nose: Dark fruits, subtle oak, alcohol, dark chocolate.
Palate: Not as fruity as thought but does have an almost sweet start when you drink it with a bitter dry end. No acidity, with light-medium body. Good tannins.

Appearance: Bold red with hint of brown.
Nose: Dark fruits, subtle oak, alcohol, dark chocolate.
Palate: Not as fruity as thought but does have an almost sweet start when you drink it with a bitter dry end. No acidity, with light-medium body. Good tannins.

Nov 27th, 2018
Rob Pendell

This was given to us by a kind store owner after they had a tasting. Tomi liked this a fair amount more than the Shiraz he gave us, I thought it was close. Free wine somehow tastes better except when it comes in a bucket, for some reason.

This was given to us by a kind store owner after they had a tasting. Tomi liked this a fair amount more than the Shiraz he gave us, I thought it was close. Free wine somehow tastes better except when it comes in a bucket, for some reason.

Nov 13th, 2018
Stuart Rasley

Love this for the price point!!

Love this for the price point!!

Oct 29th, 2018