As pretty as a flower, this wine is built for drinking.
About The Wine
Riley Harrison says this Grenache is made for drinking and he's not wrong.
This is the very model of modern Barossa Grenache - fresh, vibrant and ready to rock.
The fruit comes from 60 year old vines tended by the Schiller family, yet for all the six decades on this planet, these vines yield fruit that is strikingly youthful.
Red fruits, flowers galore, it's a delicious, medium-full-bodied red you could guzzle any night of the week.
About Harrison Wines
Riley Harrison has been making wines in South Australia for a few years now, mostly under the banner of much-loved cult label Samuel's Gorge.
With a background in viticulture but a growing love for the art of winemaking, he's a talent on the rise. "It's the complex interaction of science, creativity and environment in a bid to generate flavour, that I find intoxicating." - Riley Harrison
Harrison Wines is his pet project where he gets to tinker with some small batches of fruit from good growers around the state.
These are fresh, contemporary expressions of single varieties that put drinkability at a premium. Great packaging, great juice and great value to boot.