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The Stump Jump McLaren Vale Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre

8.6295 ratings
8.79 pro ratings
McLaren Vale, Fleurieu, South Australia, Australia
Mourvedre, Grenache, Shiraz
Top Notes For
Sam Brenner

Never had a wine quite like this. Really Peppery & spicy both in taste and on the nose. First thought I didn't dig it, but grew to enjoy it.

Never had a wine quite like this. Really Peppery & spicy both in taste and on the nose. First thought I didn't dig it, but grew to enjoy it.

4 people found it helpfulJun 16th, 2014
Jeremy Bassett-Smith

Yum.

3 people found it helpfulJun 21st, 2014
Alexa Vinson

Delicious! Oaky, bold fresh dark fruits, well balanced, clean short finish.

Delicious! Oaky, bold fresh dark fruits, well balanced, clean short finish.

3 people found it helpfulJan 13th, 2014
Melody Harwell

Hot, woody, earthy,Fresh tobacco, surupy, minerals complexed with the three grape varieties. The granache gives off the fresh sweet (pip tabacco) Shiraz it cooked rasberry. mourvedre ? I have not tried solo so i have no idea what it is bringing to the glass. fun

Hot, woody, earthy,Fresh tobacco, surupy, minerals complexed with the three grape varieties. The granache gives off the fresh sweet (pip tabacco) Shiraz it cooked rasberry. mourvedre ? I have not tried solo so i have no idea what it is bringing to the glass. fun

2 people found it helpfulOct 24th, 2013
Lauren Hartranft

Really great, peppery undertone. Dry without drying you out

Really great, peppery undertone. Dry without drying you out

1 person found it helpfulApr 22nd, 2014
William Wilson

Great wine for the price and good complexity to it.

Great wine for the price and good complexity to it.

1 person found it helpfulFeb 25th, 2014
Hannah Greensmith

Lovely bursting with ripe summer berries, slight vanilla and oak undertones showing its 12 month ageing, really lovely , smooth easy drinking gsm!

Lovely bursting with ripe summer berries, slight vanilla and oak undertones showing its 12 month ageing, really lovely , smooth easy drinking gsm!

1 person found it helpfulApr 6th, 2013
Meghan Hamilton

Wine Educator Joseph Phelps Vineyards

8.7

Well priced. Dark fruit. Soft tannin.

Well priced. Dark fruit. Soft tannin.

Jul 5th, 2016
Cory Fierro

Not a bad everyday drinker, though I wouldn't want to bring this out to a restaurant. It's a perfectly acceptable wine for a night in, full of red fruit and pepper and spice and a medium bodied palate that lasts just long enough to make you want another sip.

Not a bad everyday drinker, though I wouldn't want to bring this out to a restaurant. It's a perfectly acceptable wine for a night in, full of red fruit and pepper and spice and a medium bodied palate that lasts just long enough to make you want another sip.

Sep 15th, 2015
Brett Jones

Deep ruby, spicy cooked blackberries, dry, gentle acidity and smooth tannins with rich chunky peppery flavours stumping up a warm, attractive wine.

Deep ruby, spicy cooked blackberries, dry, gentle acidity and smooth tannins with rich chunky peppery flavours stumping up a warm, attractive wine.

Nov 10th, 2014