Grant Burge Holy Trinity Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre

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2013 and 2014 Vintage available - please specify in your order comments if you have a vintage preference. 

Grant believes if the right varieties are grown in the right soils, and vines are managed to produce low to moderate yields, the vines will produce the premium quality fruit needed to produce exceptional wines. With the combination of the best terroirs, the best climate and the best wine making techniques, the natural result is the best wine.


Over five generations, we've brought together the finest vineyards and hands-on techniques with modern wine making to express the classic Barossa. Share our passion for great wine at one of our cellar doors here in the Barossa Valley. A Grant Burge label is your guarantee of quality and integrity - we look forward to welcoming you to this beautiful region.

"This business is in my blood. I have a strong wine making heritage and I want to hand down my knowledge. I believe in preserving and maintaining our Barossa legacy and tradition to make sure my young winemakers understand how to make top wines into the future." Grant Burge.

Tasting Note: Ripe, blood plum flesh. Fresh dark plum and blackcurrant aromas. Mouth filling spicy fruit flavours and a smooth lingering finish.

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Barossa Valley
Dry Red
Red Blend

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