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Whistler Wines 'Get In My Belly' Barossa Valley Grenache 2020

Red Wine from Australia - South Australia
Crunchy modern-style Aussie grenache. So many strive for this kind of balance but few achieve it. Sustainably grown and wild fermented, its strawberry, cranberry and floral aromas makes it lighter and more pinot-esque than many will expect from the Barossa, it’s a brilliantly bright, joyful red wine from a winery to watch.
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Code: AU23561

Wine characteristics

  • Red Wine
  • Medium-bodied
  • Grenache/Garnacha
  • 75cl
  • Now to 2025
  • 13% Alcohol
  • no oak influence
  • Screwcap

South Australia

South Australia (SA) is Australia's wine heartland, producing most of the country's wine and boasting some of its oldest vines. The dry, hot climate ripens grapes fully, making bold, dense and concentrated wines.

The Barossa Valley has a rich viticultural history with patches of bush-trained vines, many more than 100 years old. It is first and foremost a red wine region. Shiraz is king but cabernet sauvignon, grenache and mourvèdre play an important part, too.

Close to the Barossa is the Eden Valley, a windswept series of elevated hills producing exceptional shiraz and floral riesling. Just north of the Barossa is the Clare Valley, which represents Australia's pinnacle for riesling, where elevated vineyards temper the intense heat, producing dry whites of immense class and purity. The region's powerful and muscular reds can be outstanding too.

On the coast south of Adelaide is McLaren Vale, which vies with Barossa to be SA's best red-wine region. The climate is warm enough to...

South Australia (SA) is Australia's wine heartland, producing most of the country's wine and boasting some of its oldest vines. The dry, hot climate ripens grapes fully, making bold, dense and concentrated wines.

The Barossa Valley has a rich viticultural history with patches of bush-trained vines, many more than 100 years old. It is first and foremost a red wine region. Shiraz is king but cabernet sauvignon, grenache and mourvèdre play an important part, too.

Close to the Barossa is the Eden Valley, a windswept series of elevated hills producing exceptional shiraz and floral riesling. Just north of the Barossa is the Clare Valley, which represents Australia's pinnacle for riesling, where elevated vineyards temper the intense heat, producing dry whites of immense class and purity. The region's powerful and muscular reds can be outstanding too.

On the coast south of Adelaide is McLaren Vale, which vies with Barossa to be SA's best red-wine region. The climate is warm enough to guarantee lush, chocolatey reds from shiraz, grenache and cabernet, while its strong maritime influence invests elegance in chardonnay, viognier and marsanne. Nearby Langhorne is cooled by the lake and nearby sea, and grows grapes of very good quality at a low cost. These excellent-value wines are marked by a softness and fullness of flavour. The Adelaide Hills area east of the city are cool and provide the perfect ingredients for lemony sauvignon blanc and chardonnay. Coonawarra, further south-east behind the Limestone Coast, is South Australia's leading cabernet region, the unique terra rossa soil and maritime influence producing grapes with intense flavours and fabulous structure.

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2020 vintage reviews

Press and Journal

Vibrant, fresh and forward red berry aromas lead to blueberries and crunchy raspberries. This is complex, juicy and well balanced with an appealing mid weight style.

Carol Brown

The Observer

One of the best examples of a modern Australian way of grenache made from very old vines in a decidedly elegant style: pale, red-fruited and light on its feet, it has more in common with pinot than...
One of the best examples of a modern Australian way of grenache made from very old vines in a decidedly elegant style: pale, red-fruited and light on its feet, it has more in common with pinot than shiraz. Ideal for turkey; great with cold cuts, too.
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David Williams

JancisRobinson.com

Lightish cherry red. Cough-linctus-like red fruit. Smells sweet and wild. This is both delicate and intense – that sort of intensity and persistence that is hard to achieve in a juicy fresh wine. A...
Lightish cherry red. Cough-linctus-like red fruit. Smells sweet and wild. This is both delicate and intense – that sort of intensity and persistence that is hard to achieve in a juicy fresh wine. A serious-fun wine. Tannins are fine, compact, perfectly judged. 16.5/20
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Julia Harding MW

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