Strong petrol and steel and heady floral aromas backed by lime spritz, minerals, apricots, and white peaches. Nice acidity. Weighty. Delightful. Much preferred over the Block 1961.
Would compare well with a Trimbach Cuvee Frederic Emile, though with that signature Australian lime and punch. — 2 months ago
Very good for the price — 9 months ago
Deep nose of oils and macerated exotic fruits. Fleshy and suave mouth, with sizzling acidity holding aromas on long refreshing finish. — 2 months ago
Spicy, delicious, balanced, clean after taste. Loved it. — 5 months ago
A museum release from the winery - I bought this at a Shaw and Smith tasting in Brisbane a few years ago. An asparagus note initially which blew off. Asian spices, raspberry, earthy mineral notes on nose, carrying through to the medium to full bodied palate. A nice balance between cool climate and warm climate characteristics. Finishes with a little astringency. — 8 months ago
Wonderfully balanced, pleasing wine — 9 months ago
Leafy, tomato bush aromas - herbal- classic Cabernet descriptors from Margaret River. A sweetish blackberry note on the palate but essentially savoury with a tarry earthy note. With time in Decanter this wine improved even more - a really good medium weight Marg River Cab. Gralyn is in Wilyabrup and has illustrious neighbours like Vasse Felix, Cullen, Woodlands, Moss Wood and Pierro without their reputation as yet. They recently made this a “Museum Release “ charging $500 which is over the top. I’m glad I paid $80 at the cellar door about 10 years ago. Used to be served in Qantas Business Class back in the day when Qantas was flying internationally ✈️✈️🛫🛫 — 9 months ago