Why's this wine for you?
This glorious grenache comes to us from Jason Schwarz, who has tapped into fruit from his parent's Bethany vineyard planted back in the 1940s. The proud style here is not your typical old school Barossan method either, with up to 25% whole bunches added for spice and complexity, plus mature oak barrels to give weight and texture without overt oak characteristics.
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$39.99 per bottle


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The Brief
Alcohol
Net Volume
750ml
Vintage
2020
Cellar to
2026
How's it taste?
Beautiful aromatics, red crunchy fruit, red boiled lollies with a dense brooding intensity, and decent amount of oak.This Schwarz Grenache is a stunning Grenache that pays home to winemaking skills and that glorious, 80-year-old plot of gnarled vines. It's bright, juicy, raspberried, yet with layers of meaty, chunky power that hints at old vines and very low yields.
Critic Reviews
Expert Review
Expert Review
94 Points
Matt Dunne - winepilot.com
Founded in 2001 by 5th generation Barossa talent Jason Schwarz, who takes a minimal intervention approach and his grenache is a real cracker! Raspberries, rhubarb, stewed cherry and an underlying white pepper spice element. A soft earthiness, fruit driven and the kind of wine that draws you in early - bright with a slightly crunchy fruit element – an exciting revelation for the Barossa. I really think this style of wine can appeal to both Pinot Noir or Shiraz drinkers and stand strong as its own varietal. Definitely get that peacocks tail effect on the palate – big flavour matched by long length that fans itself across the palate. Beef tacos with a decent hit of fresh chilli please. I consider this a pretty awesome by the glass option in restaurants with that immediate personality but it’s a wine that will also age gracefully in the cellar – best of both worlds really. That sweet fruit kick means that this wine can pair in dessert land too. So don’t forget that dark chocolate ganache if you have a sweet tooth and for a cheese plate there is no better option than grenache if you must drink red.
Expert Review
Expert Review
94 Points
Q Wine Reviews
This is a ripper. A Barossa Grenache that skips to its own beat yet strides out with humility delivering an engaging persona. Grab a glass and you'll be skipping too.Raspberries, baked strawberries and underlying dried green herbs cut loose early. A soft earthiness slides in underneath with the palate delicately spiced. Long and moreish, I keep coming back to the vibrant red fruit. One pour just won't satisfy. Go here.Drink to five years +
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Expert Review
Angus Hughson
A modern style where stalks have been used to good effect. Bright, energetic fruits – stalky, spicy aromas are underpinned by dark cherry, cranberry and earthy fruits. The palate is more-ish thanks to a combination of floral, spicy, red fruit flavours on a silky palate underscored by sinewy tannins.
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