CORRYTON BURGE BAROSSA SHIRAZ 2018

SKU
CBBS201810 UCAU
$28.00 Per item
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Bottle
750ml (Bottle)
$28.00 Per item
The Burge name is synonymous with the Barossa. The Burge family can trace their roots back 6 generations to some of the first settlers of the region, and today the Grant Burge winery is one of the most recognisable in the Barossa region. The name was sold in 2015 to a large corporation, however the family retained their original lands and continue to make wine. Today these wines are made by 6th generation Burge winemakers Trent and Amelia, assisted by their father Grant. While they can no longer use their father's name, the tradition of amazing winemaking lives on in his children. The wines are sourced from lands surrounding the famous Corryton Park, owned by the Burge family and built in 1845. Vines were first planted there in 1851, making it one of the first estates in Australia, let alone the Barossa. Imminently shareable, this full bodied yet balanced wine has chocolate, coffee and ripe raspberry aromas. A palate of juicy raspberry and mocha is rounded off by subtle oak and silky, soft tannins.
The Burge name is synonymous with the Barossa. The Burge family can trace their roots back 6 generations to some of the first settlers of the region, and today the Grant Burge winery is one of the most recognisable in the Barossa region. The name was sold in 2015 to a large corporation, however the family retained their original lands and continue to make wine. Today these wines are made by 6th generation Burge winemakers Trent and Amelia, assisted by their father Grant. While they can no longer use their father's name, the tradition of amazing winemaking lives on in his children. The wines are sourced from lands surrounding the famous Corryton Park, owned by the Burge family and built in 1845. Vines were first planted there in 1851, making it one of the first estates in Australia, let alone the Barossa. Imminently shareable, this full bodied yet balanced wine has chocolate, coffee and ripe raspberry aromas. A palate of juicy raspberry and mocha is rounded off by subtle oak and silky, soft tannins.