A classic example of our TSG blend, this is perfumed and pretty with bright spiced fruits – plum, cherry and blackberry. Flooded with flavour, the palate has some heft as well as poise.
There is no doubt that varietal labelling (i.e. single-variety wines, labelled by the variety) helps make wine approachable and understandable. It does put an emphasis on the variety however, when sometimes the emphasis should be on the vineyard. In other words, letting the character of the site express itself through whatever varieties are best suited, and not being distracted by the characteristics of individual varieties. First made in 2008, this blend received immediate acclaim and success, winnning numerous gold medals. The 2016 blend has 37% Tempranillo, 37% Shiraz and 26% Graciano.
Gold Medal, Canberra & Region Wine Show 2017
How does the TSG age?
First made in 2008, the TSG (Tempranillo, Shiraz, Graciano) is a consistent high performer and is starting to show its ageing potential. Wines were tasted from the winery museum. If your cellaring conditions are less than ideal, consider reducing the expected life of the wine. Tasted May 2018. Printable pdf.