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Jacob's Creek Three Vines Shiraz Grenache Sangiovese

Cracka Review

Colour: Vibrant fuchsia pink.

Nose: Attractive raspberry and red cherry aromas with subtle notes of blackcurrant and confectionary spice.

Palate: The palate displays intense fresh raspberry and cherry flavours up front with a fleshy mid palate. A textural savouriness as a result of the Sangiovese component balances out the fruit and provides structure and length.

Serving suggestion: Spiced rack of lamb with slow roasted tomatoes and seasonal vegetables, or Venison with celeriac puree and cherry glaze, or Beef fillet with wild mushroom ragout and caramelised garlic served with a red wine glaze.

Winemaker's Notes

Colour: Vibrant fuchsia pink.

Nose: Attractive raspberry and red cherry aromas with subtle notes of blackcurrant and confectionary spice.

Palate: The palate displays intense fresh raspberry and cherry flavours up front with a fleshy mid palate. A textural savouriness as a result of the Sangiovese component balances out the fruit and provides structure and length.

Serving suggestion: Spiced rack of lamb with slow roasted tomatoes and seasonal vegetables, or Venison with celeriac puree and cherry glaze, or Beef fillet with wild mushroom ragout and caramelised garlic served with a red wine glaze.

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Jacob's Creek Three Vines Shiraz Grenache Sangiovese

Expert Reviews

James Halliday (2009 Vintage) says
Pale magenta; fragrant red fruit aromas, then an almost slippery palate; while dry, red fruits rise on the back-palate and finish. A complete rose with character and attitude. Gold medal Sydney Wine Show '10.
Australian Wine Companion 2011 2010
94
Tyson Stelzer (2009 Vintage) says
Great quaffing Rosé that isn’t too sweet - bring it on! It smells like watermelon and guava and it tastes like strawberries and raspberries with just a touch of well-judged sweetness on the finish. Crisp, fresh, and very easy to drink.
91
James Halliday (2008 Vintage) says
A wine with excellent length and vibrancy, the sangiovese, while only 20% of the total, provides savoury, almost gritty, texture; a seriously good rose, almost crossing into light-bodied dry red. Subliminal sweetness from 3-4 g per litre. Available December '09
Australian Wine Companion 2010 2009
92
James Halliday (2007 Vintage) says
Fresh, delicate and dry, but with some genuine character coming from the three varieties in question.
Australian Wine Companion 2009 2008
87
Peter Forrestal (2007 Vintage) says
Here is the second vintage of a quaffing label from the team at Jacobs Creek. The blend combines the Barossa's two great strengths - shiraz and grenache - with the Tuscan variety sangiovese, which adds some savoury notes to the wine. It's fine, sweet and fruity with good intensity and a pleasant grip to finish.
Quaff 2009 2008
Peter Forrestal (2006 Vintage) says
Here is a new quaffing label from the Pernod Ricard team, badged like almost everything else as Jacob's Creek, and offering a terrific rose. The blend is clever, combining the Barossa's two great strengths - shiraz and grenache - with the Tuscan cultivar sangiovese, which should add some savoury notes to the wine. This has restrained aromatics, is soft and round with vibrant strawberry and redcurrant flavours and crisp, clean, fresh finish and delicious aftertaste.
Quaff 2008 2007

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