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Blood Brothers Republic Grenache 2015

Blood Brothers Republic sounds like the new film from Kathryn Ann Bigelow, another gritty war tale, this time covering the Democratic Front for Eritrean Unity, shot cinéma vérité, pulsing with Alexandre Desplat’s moving symphonics. Or is it a casual men’s wear range specialising in various cuts of chinos and epaulette shirts? Dunno, but it likely comes from deep in the formidable Dorrien winery in Barossa Valley, and definitely comes from McLaren Vale vines. A Cellarmasters own brand wine here, and geez, the quality is increasing onwards from the mega group.

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Tasted : JUN18
Alcohol : 15%
Price : $22
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2018 - 2021
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