2019 Bethany First Village GSM


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Offering fruit purity as well as attractive complexity, the wine shows dark plum, raspberry, clove and subtle game notes on the nose. The richly textured palate delivers plump mouthfeel and ripe fruit intensity together with refined tannins, finishing long and comforting.
Sam Kim - Wine Orbit
The Brief
Alcohol
14.5%
Net Volume
750ml
Vintage
2019
Cellar to
2024
How's it taste?
Vibrant, fresh and beguiling nose of purple florals and red fruits, a hint of french oak spice adds freshness and lift to the fruit. The palate has a strong Grenache dominance with spicy and earthy red fruits and aromatic interest holding sway, the supple darker fruits of the Shiraz add volume and weight while the Mataro brings through a fine blue fruited complexity and clear direction to the palate. Tannins are supple and generously structured and give length, age-ability and freshness to the finish.
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Expert Review
94 Points
Sam Kim - Wine Orbit
Offering fruit purity as well as attractive complexity, the wine shows dark plum, raspberry, clove and subtle game notes on the nose. The richly textured palate delivers plump mouthfeel and ripe fruit intensity together with refined tannins, finishing long and comforting.
Expert Review
Expert Review
93 Points
Aaron Brasher - The Real Review
Lovely lifted brightness of flowers, roses, cherry and spice, there's also a whiff of anise and white pepper sitting in there as well. The palate is mid-weighted, bright and crunchy. There's morello cherry, rhubarb and some plumminess partnering seamlessly with structured tannins and lively acidity to ensure freshness and a want for another glass. A lovely, layered but easy drinking wine
Expert Review
Expert Review
91 Points
Gary Walsh - The Wine Front
Onate, sort of Italian bathroom tile label here, which I like, seeing as I can’t travel anywhere farther than 10km from my home at present.Spicy, earthy, rich blackberry and blackcurrant, sage and dill perfume, maybe a little sappy oak too. Supple, blackberry and ripe raspberry, sooty tannin, but quite fresh, more of that sage and clove character, ample fruit of succulence and good carry. Solid honest come-hither Barossa goodness here. Also, has a distinct purpleness to it, which is nice. A bit of tar and richness. Good wine. Value.
Expert Review
Expert Review
91 Points
Stuart Knox - The Real Review
Medium to deep ruby-red colour. Chocolate, coffee, and plum compote on the nose. A big dollop of ripe fruit on palate-entry, then layers of mocha emerge as it rolls into the finish, tannins provide a grip and drive throughout the mouth. A lot of wine here for this price
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