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Grant Burge 10 Year Tawny NV
  • Rich, luscious after dinner treat
  • Christmas cake fruit and spice notes
  • Perfect with cheese and dried fruit

Grant Burge 10 Year Tawny NV x6

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This sweet, rich, mellow Tawny is the perfect after dinner treat to enjoy with desserts, cheese, dried fruit and nuts. It's complex and rich with flavours of Christmas cake spice and candied fruit. The perfect fireside wine.

Wine Region

AUSTRALIA

Drink Until

Now

Varieties

Grenache, Mataro, Shiraz

Alcohol

19.0%

Foods

Oak

Matured in older barriques and hogsheads.

Colour

A tawny colour with tinges of red.

Nose

Complex rancio characters show through on the bouquet, together with some fresh fruit characters and excellent integration of spirit.

Palate

The palate is sweet and mellow but finishes quite dry and shows a harmonious balance of developed fruit characters and oak tannins.

Background

The Tawny Material is assessed and reblended into a solera-based system, which will enable us to consistently release wines of high quality. Only a strictly limited quantity of 10 Year Old Tawny will be drawn from the solera for bottling each year, and the barrels will be topped up with selected younger wine.

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