The Real Review 95 Points for Alambra Barossa Shiraz and Anevo Grenache Touriga Tempranillo

Posted March 24, 2021

We have received some excellent reviews from The Real Review:

Stuart Knox gave the 2019 Alambra Barossa Shiraz 95 Points
"Ink black core with a deep purple that lifts from the rim and coats the glass. Ripe blackberries, dark chocolate and cedar shaving aromatics. Very intense entry, black fruits roll deep with oak spices, anise, white pepper and cinnamon fill in through the middle. An undercurrent of iodine and blood provides further reason for repeated attention. The tannins are solidly built but sit quietly in the shadows to guide but not steal the show. Relentless in its drive with bruising length, in a good way."

Aaron Brasher awarded the 2019 Anevo McLaren Vale Grenache Touriga Tempranillo 95 Points

"The portion of touriga is playing its part as it should, aromas of geranium, pot pourri and spice sit above the dark fruited, mulberry and plummy aromatics. There's a lot going on here on the nose. The flavours are all about dark fruits, with a touch of ironstone and spice and a lovely textured creaminess that melds with the grippy, firm tannins and bright acidity. There is plenty going on in this wine and there's a brightness and freshness that well and truly says this will benefit from 5 to 7 years in the cellar."