In 1847, along the banks of Jacob’s Creek, Johann Gramp planted his first vineyard. His vision was to create great tasting wines that reflect the true character of the grapes and the land.
Jacob’s Creek is an exemplar for the distinct styles of large volume sparkling under $20, and this bottle-fermented vintage release is a solid step up from its tank fermented non-vintage blends. There’s more texture, creaminess and persistence to its palate, while upholding youthful apple and pear flavours. A refreshingly vibrant and neutral style and a highlight in the sub-$20 stakes, this is the first time Jacob’s Creek has ascended to win a category in the hallowed halls of my Australian Sparklings of the Year, and it’s a worthy result! At the time of writing, it’s on discount as low as $12.37, making this the perfect big party quaffer! Alcohol: 11.5% Drink: 2020-2021; Rating 89 Points & Sparkling Wine of the Yeat Under $20 for 2020; Tyson Stelzer Sparkling Report 2020
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