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Why do we love this wine?

Our buyer John fell hard for this shiraz and his praise for it was profuse. It’s not often you have access to wines like this having been made only in great vintages from carefully selected parcels of fruit. It's too good to keep to yourself so gather the family and friends, they'll want a piece of this.

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Plum
Redcurrant
Spice
Medium-bodied
Textured
Elegant

The word ‘Grono’ is of Polish origin and with reference to wine means berry or cluster. There’s another context in which it can be used - to refer to a group of family or friends and that’s exactly who you should be sharing this wine with.

Grono are based in the Barossa but recently have embarked on a new project to source fruit from other regions to compare and contrast. This time they’ve headed to Heathcote and found some gorgeous spicy red fruit. The finished product demonstrates great depth and body, plums feature throughout and well integrated oak frames the whole package.

This is a great wine to share with your close-knit crew and at this price there’ll be plenty to go around, so bring out the big glasses and don’t skimp on those pours.

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Specs

Region
Heathcote
Vintage
2013
Cellaring
2018
Preservatives
Sulphites
Alcohol by Vol.
14.0%
Closure
Screwcap
Bottle Vol
750mL
Blend Info
Serving Temp.
19.0°C

Producer

Grono Ancient Method Wines

Region

Heathcote
Food Union
The rules are there ain’t no rules, but here are some foods we think will work pretty well with this wine...

Goes with

BBQ
Beef
Pizza
Life Union
The wines we remember are about the moments. The people, the places. That’s life. Here are some ideas...
Autumn by the fire
BBQs
Everyday quaffing
Deejay Mofo
Good times drinking awesome wine with friends gets even better when we all start singing along...

'Family Affair', from the album 'No More Drama'. Looks like Mary's had her fair share of family get-togethers. Could've done with a few bottles of this I reckon.

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