2015 Geyer Wine Co. Big Easy

Region:Barossa Valley , SA

Style:Light Bodied

Producer:Geyer Wine Co.

Quick Overview

This is not your average Barossa blend. Varieties from Italy, Bordeaux and Rhone all coming together in one insanely easy drinking red.
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weird & wonderful

RRP $38.00


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Dave Geyer has an interesting take on Barossa winemaking. After working for the polar opposites in Peter Schell at Spinifex and Craig Isbel at Torbreck, he has literally seen the full spectrum the Barossa has to offer. This is a modern Barossa red. A blend of 32% Montepulciano, 32% Petit Verdot, 32% Mataro and a splash of Grenache and Shiraz, there is nothing 'classic' about this wine. But as the name suggests, this is made for easy drinking. It's balanced and intriguing, loaded wth personality. With 93 points from Mike Bennie and his comments that "It’s just unreal to drink, and worth tracking down.", this is the perfect mix of the Barossa richness of flavour with modern-day freshness. Enjoy.

What it Tastes Like

"Sappy textured red of spice, light herbal notes, juicy berry fruitiness, succulence and wicked drinkability. Let the golf clap build to applause. Reeks of cherry/berry and Chinese five spice with some whiffs of green herbs in the mix. It’s beautifully perfumed. Ribena-like flavour profile but not overtly sweet or anything, more just saying that it’s hyper-berry-like in flavour, but acidity is up to task, brisk, cool and lightly herbal. It finishes with a chomp of tannin. It’s just unreal to drink, and worth tracking down." Mike Bennie (The Wine Front)


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Winemaker Dave Geyer