Category Archives: Graciano

2013 Tscharke Bed Hair Graciano

Graciano’s potential in the Barossa is difficult to ignore. Much of that has to do with the grape’s natural ability to retain acid. Of course it has produce attractive flavours and aromas as well. This comes across as rather liqueurous … Continue reading

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2012 Cascabel McLaren Vale Graciano

Graciano has a big future in both McLaren Vale and the Barossa. It’s ability to maintain acidity and offer loads of character make it perfectly suited to these warmer climes. I believe this is the first time Cascabel have released it as … Continue reading

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2012 Woods Crampton Barossa Valley Graciano

Young vines planted in the Light Pass area of the Barossa Valley, towards the north-east. This is the first crop post-grafting on seven year-old rootstock. Bugger all made; 53 cases. Shame because it’s a ripping wine for the price and a … Continue reading

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2010 Schwarz Trial by Jury The Guilty Graciano

Simply listed as The ‘Guilty Graciano’ on the website but I’ll add the Trail by Jury part as it’s writtten clearly at the top of the front label. This was the most interesting of the Schwarz Wine Company new releases … Continue reading

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