In 1839 William and Elizabeth Oliver travelled to South Australia from Scotland and eventually settled in 1841 on land at McLaren Vale. Whitehill and Taranga farms, the names given to the northern and southern sections of this land, are located 2 km north of McLaren Vale overlooking the township. Both properties are still run by fifth generation descendants of William and Elizabeth and are planted to many different varieties of red and white wine grapes.
Delicious! Absolute smash factor. Corrina Wright's best Grenache release for a couple of years I say. Cut loose and smiles (as big as Corrina's) will flood the faces around you. Attractive aromas of strawberries and raspberry coulis. A touch of rhubarb too. Lip smacking spice runs ribbons of pleasure through the mouth. Some density but it's bright and frisky at the same time. Adorable energy matches the dark fruit with a lick of lemony acidity cutting in on close. Rating: 93 Points; QWine
Bright, clear colour; a highly fragrant bouquet full of energy as red berries/cherry join mustard flower spices and woody/foresty nuances. The palate is wonderfully harmonious, following the path set by the bouquet. Juicy bliss. Drink to: 2024; Price: $32.00; Alcohol: 14%; Rating: 97 Points; James Halliday; The Weekend Australian
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