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Yalumba, Tri-Centenary, Grenache, Barossa

About the Wine:
A complex nose with lovely aromatics. Cedar scents meld with tones of pomegranate, wild strawberries, violets, and red petals. Restrained in its flavor but fine in texture with great concentration. Give it a year or two before splashing in the decanter to reveal its beauty, but if you're patient over the medium term its full potential will be realized. Double decant and enjoy alongside Peking duck or roasted cauliflower with sesame, soy, ginger sauce.
About the Producer:
Yalumba, Australia’s oldest family-owned winery, started with the planting of vines in 1849, by founder Samuel Smith. Today, it has been passed down 6 generations. They are committed to, and they are proud to have their own cooperage, the only one of its kind in the southern Hemisphere. They also have the largest solar system of any Australian winery. Over the years, they have won 43 accolades for their sustainable winemaking, including the International Award of Excellence for Sustainable Wine Growing & the International Green Apple Gold Award.