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Grange - a name synonymous with all things great in Australian wine. Created in the early 1950s by Max Schubert, it defined an entirely new wine style that we now take for granted. Renowned for its concentration, opulence, complexity and length; it is also a wine revered around the world for its unnatural cellaring ability. Several decades are the norm, with great vintages managing half a century or more. 2003 marked the first vintage of the fourth Penfolds Chief Winemaker taking complete control of the operation. A vintage of extremes with drought and heavy rainfall influencing the growing season, this wine is a testament to Penfolds multi-regional approach.
Unravelling aromatics unfurl with air - blue fruit notes entwined with barrel ferment and maturation elements. Sweet soy, cola and quince paste high notes escape from an ethereal layer wafting above. On the palate dark and liqueur chocolate, laced with Moroccan spices. An underlying tar/graphite blackness is lifted by derived fruit/quince pie. Pronounced tannins sweep across the palate. Long, layered and compelling, this wine is at the spicier end of the Grange spectrum.
Vintage: 2003 Peter Gago, Penfolds Chief Winemaker
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