Medium to full red-purple; the usual array of richly luscious cherry, plum and black fruit aromas mingling with mocha and dark chocolate on the bouquet. The palate is as complex and structured as the bouquet promises; the tannins pick up early but are not overly aggressive, and run through a wine showing the full gamut of ripe, old vine Shiraz flavours.
The 1991 Granges is a beauty that’s still vibrant and youthful. Offering decadent notes of smoked currants, plums, vanilla oak, and spice, it hits the palate with a thick, unctuous, full-bodied texture, a deep, opulent mid-palate, and still present, sweet tannin. This vintage was 95% Shiraz and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon and is a thrilling drinking experience today, yet has another decade of prime drinking, possibly more.
Medium brick colored with a garnet core, the 1991 Grange has a wonderful perfume of black and red fruits preserves, prunes, figs and plum preserves with suggestions of licorice and dark chocolate. Medium to full-bodied, rich, powerful and spicy right through the long finish, this Grange still has loads of life and should cellar for another 10-20 years. (LPB)
Rich, chewy, spicy and full of currant and blackberry character, this is distinctive for the harmony that's beneath the hedonistic fanfare of flavors. A stunning wine with all the Grange characteristics. (HS)
Medium-full red/purple. Cherry/plum/wild berry aromas with some vanilla and licorice. Deep, dense and chewy, with ripe plum cherry fruit and spicy licorice flavours, fine grained tannins, underlying savoury oak and persistent finish. Outstanding follow-up.
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