Grant Burge The Holy Trinity Grenache/Shriaz/Mourvèdre 2005, Barossa Valley, South Australia

Gsm GSM
South Australia, Australia

$29.95 (726802)

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August 20, 2011

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David Lawrason
David Lawrason

First created in 1995, Holy Trinity was among the first GSM blends (grenache, shiraz, mourvedre), inspired by a...

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Craig Osborn
Craig Osborn

Tasted August 2011.

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Andrew Hunter
Andrew Hunter

Smokey, sweet, bright berries. Full bodied but not as dense and extracted as some aussie wines are prone (which is a good thing if you ask me). A quality wine. Well balanced tannins, good finish.

A bit overpriced really, but this Rhone-style Aussie won't disappoint anyone at the table.

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iveyman
iveyman

A nicely blended red wine from Australia, with grenache, shiraz and mourvedre. Smokey, with taste of herb and berries, and has a hint of rooty taste. I like it less than an unblended grenache or unblended shiraz.

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