Colour: Deep red.
Nose: Complex with masses of concentrated strawberry, raspberry and blackberry fruit aromas and hints of leather, dark chocolate and spice.
Palate: Displaying all the classic hallmarks one would expect of Grange, this is a full-bodied, richly-flavoured wine with ripe, dark stewed fruits and mixed spices with seamless, perfectly integrated oak and chewy tannins.
Serving and Cellaring suggestions: It is generally agreed that Grange begins to drink at its best 12 to 15 years from vintage date and can continue to improve in the bottle for years after that. It is the ultimate match with rich red meat dishes. Decant before serving.