Grant Burge produces some
outstanding Shiraz. Remember when Australia first caught your fancy
with juicy fun wine at rock-bottom prices, before those wines got trendy
and expensive and created a gap underneath that Yellow Tail could fill?
Well, this lovely value from Grant Burge comes in with a moderate price
and more than a mere taste of what all the fuss is about. Itâ€™s rich,
spicy, dark and long, and at 14% alcohol, well balanced. Imported by Wilson Daniels, St. Helena, Calif.
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