The Grant Burge Story
One of the largest landholders in the Barossa, Grant Burge wines is a bastion of well made, value for money wines. Drawing on depth of experience in the region, Grant Burge and his wife Helen established the brand in 1988 and have developed a formidable range of wines across a broad spectrum of price points. The history of the Burge family and their long association with winemaking in the region can be traced back to March 1855, when noted tailor John Burge immigrated to the Barossa from Hillcot, near Pewsey in Wiltshire, England with his wife Eliza and their two sons. John worked as a winemaker at Hillside Vineyards and his love of viticulture was passed onto his son Meshach, who continued the tradition making his first wine in 1865, while becoming a prominent community leader. Meshach married Emma in 1883 and they had eight children. First-born Percival established the Wilsford Winery near Lyndoch in 1928. Percival had two sons, Noel and Colin, and Colin and his wife Nancy had one son, Grant. Following in the footsteps of his father and forefathers before him, Grant carried the winemaking tradition into the 21st century. Grant Burge Wines came under the ownership of the Accolade Wines' family of brands in 2015. Since then, the winery has flourished both nationally and internationally.
Why's this wine for you?

There's Shadrach. There's Meshach. Then there's Filsell. But for those in the know, it's the Grant Burge Corryton Park Cabernet that is where the real beauty lies. It's an institution. High Eden Valley Cabernet, so elegant and refined, with longevity a mainstay.

In 2018, Grant Burge has released what might just be the finest Corryton Park Cabernet to date. It's regal. A crowning achievement of Barossa Cabernet. So purple. So intense with boysenberry, and tobacco, and cassis. It feels almost embryonic, akin to opening a classified Bordeaux before its time. This is a wine that will cellar for decades to come. If there's space in your life for more wine, then find no other way than to make it this exemplary Grant Burge.

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The Brief
How's it taste?
Medium deep with distinct boysenberry colour. Vibrant nose displaying distinct Barossa Cabernet characteristics. Anise,cassis and dark mint chocolate are evident upon first swirl with a gentle shade of lifted boysenberry toward the back of the glass.There is an elegance and poise on the palate distinctive of this vineyard and the vintage. Beautiful tannin coats the mid-palate with a touch of coffee bean and gingersnap on the finish. Oak and acidity are brilliantly balanced showing a wine with exceptional cellaring potential.
How was it made?
Fermented in stainless-steel static fermenters for eight to ten days with20% of the fruit left on skins for twenty-five days. Pump overs were performed four times a day with reduced pump-overs towards the end of fermentation.
The Who
Critic Reviews
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Expert Review
96 Points
Tyson Stelzer - Halliday's Wine Companion
85/9/6% cabernet sauvignon/merlot/petit verdot from 20+yo vines. Matured 18 months in 25% new French oak hogsheads. I have long admired Corryton Park cabernet, less showy and flamboyant than is typical for these parts, and ultimately more sophisticated. It leads out closed and contemplative, with a core of crunchy blackcurrant fruit rising on the mid palate and holding with impressive line and drive. Eloquent, bright acidity and brilliant fine-grained tannins never drop their gaze long into the finish. A cellaring special.
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Expert Review
94 Points
James Suckling
There’s a strong thread of iodine and Indian ink, as well as cedar, gunflint and wet-earth notes. Violets, leaves and a redcurrant edge, too. The palate has a core of very intense dark cherries, blackcurrant sand chocolate. A cool-climate style in a nice, ripe vintage that is a blend of 75% Eden Valley and 25% Southern Barossa Valley. Drink or hold. Screw cap.
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Expert Review
93 Points
David Sly - Decanter
From an elevated 440m high vineyard near Williamstown in the southern Barossa, this is distinctly different Cabernet. Lots of familiar varietal notes – choc-mint, cassis and fresh green leaf – but without the rigid structure or stern tannin profile of other notable Cabernet regions. It’s a confident display of ripe fruit, with a rich blackcurrant core that remains rather tightly wound. Not likely to show at its best for several years, but with the legs to last in the cellar.
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Expert Review
92 Points
Joe Czerwinski - Wine Advocate
The 2018 Corryton Park Cabernet Sauvignon comes from a Grant Burge family-owned property near the southern (cool) end of Eden Valley. It's a bit leafy, with classic varietal definition and distinctly cassis-scented fruit. Medium to full-bodied, it nevertheless shows some characteristic austerity on the mid-palate, while being smooth, fine and elegant on the long finish.
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