Superb drinking and astonishing value.
About This Wine
A tiny production wine, this Grenache was hand-picked and partially whole-bunch fermented, while being aged in ceramic egg.
A silky smooth wine, there is something about the use of ceramics and concrete in fermentation that add a really unique textural element to wines that we just don’t see with the traditional vessels such as oak and steel.
Purple in colour, and in fruit, the wine has pretty florals and a killer spice element, that once again showcases why Grenache is such a great variety, that can appeal to both ends of the wine drinking spectrum.
About Brothers At War
Angus and Sam Wardlaw are the ‘Brothers at War’, starting off with a tonne of grapes, and an idea to produce unique expressions of the region they call home.
2nd generation winemakers, they leaned heavily of the knowledge gained from a childhood spend around their father, Barossa pioneer, David.
Working across the Barossa and Eden Valleys, the brothers produce a swath of wines; young fresh easy drinking styles, to much more serious, old-vine expressions.
Warring brothers at times perhaps, but when push comes to shove, like the Dire Straits song says, “You did not desert me, my brother(s) in arms.”