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2018 Heartwines Archie Old Vine Grenache

2018 Heartwines Archie Old Vine Grenache

Grenache
Heartwines
McLaren Vale
2018
750ml
Cellar to 2030
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Grenache
Heartwines
McLaren Vale
2018
750ml
Cellar to 2030
Screw Cap
  • THE BRIEF
  • WHO MADE IT?
  • EXPERT REVIEWS
  • THE BRIEF
  • Heartwines is a passion project for legendary wine distributor Randall Pollard. He’s hand-selected some plots and some people around the country (Tessa Brown of Schmolzer and Brown and Mark Kelly are also making wines for the project in Victoria) to make his own ‘house wine’ if you will. But this is not the $5 special at your local pub, this is serious winemaking talent, pairing up with a titan of industry to bring you some insanely good wine at an unbelievable price.

    Pollard describes the ‘Archie’ as ‘made in a very traditional and organic way’; whole berries, no oak, no stems, hand-plunged. This is a wine that was made in the vineyard. Looking after the 60-year-old bush vines, hand harvesting and keeping the winemaking process as simple as possible has lead to this aromatic, youthful and vibrant Grenache. It managed to bring home a 95 Point score in Yesterday’s Halliday Companion as well, and has been equally meritorious from the likes of The Wine Front’s Gary Walsh in the past, who dubbed the 2017 vintage

    Grenache is having a (well deserved) moment right now in Australia and this is the kind of wine that makes it obvious why. So meet Archie. We promise you’re gonna love him.

  • WHO MADE IT?
  • 'Obtaining grapes from the altar of grenache grown on the high sands of Blewitt Springs and having the high priest Peter Fraser make the wine is a feat of no mean dimension.'
    James Halliday

    Heartwines is an exciting project, a label that utilises enthusiastic non-interventionist winemakers who use locally grown fruit to make small and unique batches of hand-made wines. Tessa Brown of Schmolzer and Brown, Mark Kelly of Beechworth wine estates and of course Peter Fraser from Yangarra. Fraser was the first to join the project and makes the Archie Grenache.

  • EXPERT REVIEWS
  • 95 POINTS

    JAMES HALLIDAY - HALLIDAY'S WINE COMPANION


    From 70yo bushvines, wild-fermented as whole berries, matured in used French oak. There is an exciting freshness to the varietal expression taking in all things red, making this a special wine.

    HUON HOOKE - THE REAL REVIEW


    Medium to deep red/purple colour. Clove-like spices dominate the bouquet, which has weight, density and chewy tannins, the palate solid and full-bodied with abundant grip.