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Tscharke Barossa Grounds Marananga Gnadenfrei Vineyard Shiraz 2011

Pretty good vineyard, one would have to say. And Damo Tscharke gets a run at it here with shiraz from 2011. Barossa Grounds an increasingly interesting range from Damo, exploring corners of the Barossa.

Really pretty aromas, almost candied and floral, almost like a fruity perfume, showing some nougat oak too. It’s slurpy and juicy in texture, fresh and fruity again, has reasonable concentration though finishes a touch short and with a clip of salty acidity. Pucker builds through the finish too – tannins chewy. Decent drinking, though complexity isn’t here.

Tasted : Jul-13
Alcohol : 15%
Price : $35
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2013 - 2017
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