Artwine

The Grace Graciano

8.52 ratings
-no pro ratings
Clare Valley, Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia, Australia
Graciano
Top Notes For
Tom Wood

This is the graciano. I have no idea what to expect from south Australian Graciano but I'm not sure the Spanish would be overly thrilled to know what we're doing down south. Anywho, it has flashes of feeling far too ripe, almost sunburnt fruit character. Pizza dough, black cherry jam and semi-fortified character at times additionally. Palate doesn't lack depth or authority I'll give it that however it's somewhat hard to get past a very unmasked 14.5% alcohol. It's not the worst wine by any means, in fact if you pulled the alcohol back a little I think it'd be quite a simply enjoyable wine

This is the graciano. I have no idea what to expect from south Australian Graciano but I'm not sure the Spanish would be overly thrilled to know what we're doing down south. Anywho, it has flashes of feeling far too ripe, almost sunburnt fruit character. Pizza dough, black cherry jam and semi-fortified character at times additionally. Palate doesn't lack depth or authority I'll give it that however it's somewhat hard to get past a very unmasked 14.5% alcohol. It's not the worst wine by any means, in fact if you pulled the alcohol back a little I think it'd be quite a simply enjoyable wine

Mar 14th, 2017
NM Wilson

NM had this 2 years ago

NM had this 2 years ago

Aug 13th, 2018