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The Other Wine Co Grenache 2016

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The Other Wine Co Grenache 2016

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"Some wines just hit the nail square on.


This is one such wine. It’s both fresh and textural, lively and substantial enough. You taste it and think: yes. It flows where it needs to, gathers where it must, persists when it’s all on the line. There’s quite a deal of fine-grained tannin and yet its dryness never interrupts the argument in favour of the wine’s quality, or its drinkability. It gives light- to medium-bodied red wine a good name."

Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au

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"Some wines just hit the nail square on.


This is one such wine. It’s both fresh and textural, lively and substantial enough. You taste it and think: yes. It flows where it needs to, gathers where it must, persists when it’s all on the line. There’s quite a deal of fine-grained tannin and yet its dryness never interrupts the argument in favour of the wine’s quality, or its drinkability. It gives light- to medium-bodied red wine a good name."
Rated : 93 Points Winefront.com.au


"I’m finally starting to believe that the Grenache revival is upon us. There’s been a few false starts, but with wines like this vibrant red from Shaw & Smith’s new The Other Wine Co. brand as a talisman, then the Grenache dawn will be just a matter of time.


 Fruit is sourced from Blewitt Springs, with some whole bunches in the blend. It’s every bit the joven style red, with a cascade of purple, vibrant Grenache fruit. Grape Hubba Bubba, black jubes and then a gently fruity and open palate. What I wasn’t prepared for was the tannins, which are grippy and life-giving. Those tannins transport this from simple quaff into a marvel of lively fruit and energy.
Drink now and revel in the joy. 
Best drinking: 2016-2020. 17.5/20, 91/100. 13%, $26. Would I buy it? Surely would. I could drink loads of this. "Andrew OzWineReview

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