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S.C. Pannell 'Old McDonald Vineyard' Grenache 2019

"I am constantly wowed by the quality of Grenache from this vineyard and the wine it makes. The flavours achieved here are unlike any other vineyard I work with." Steve Pannell

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"The grapes come from a 76-year-old, dry-grown vineyard I have worked with since 2004. It was formerly owned by Duncan McDonald and is now farmed by Matt Hatwell. It features sandy, Eocene-era soils at an altitude of 83m above sea level. I am constantly wowed by the quality of Grenache from this vineyard and the wine it makes. The flavours achieved here are unlike any other vineyard I work with." Steve Pannell

"Dark cherry, raspberry, liquorice root, clay, and sweet spice. Firm, dried rose perfumed and packed with ripe red fruits and cherry, plenty of stony tannin here, with a sort of pumice stone feel, serious yet charming. a cranberry freshness to acidity, and a long fragrant finish. Quite a wine!." 96pts - Gary Walsh - WineFront

"This has a darker fruit thread with plum and mulberry as well as sanguine, rust-like savoury tones and dry brown spices. The palate is rich, with dark raspberry and cherry fruit flavours. Fleshy, ripe and long raspberry finish. From a parcel of 77-year-old bush vines growing in sandy soil." 96pts - Nick Stock - Gourmet Traveller WINE 

"The colour is medium to deep red/purple and the bouquet suggests humus, undergrowth and dried spices—more savoury than fruity—while the palate is similarly dry, savoury and super-serious, with darker-fruit flavours part-hidden within. Dried cranberry emerges with time in the glass. A full-bodied, well-structured grenache with lashings of fine, powdery tannins. Lovely drinking already." 95pts - Huon Hooke - The Real Review

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