John Duval

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John Duval, one of the world’s great winemakers, was given the ‘Grange’ torch by Max Schubert, the man who created Australia’s most famous wine. John passed it on to his successor when he left Penfolds in 2003 to start his own label. He sources fruit from long-time friends in the Barossa, all of whom own vineyards with vines aged from 50 to 100 years old. The wines are made with minimal intervention and showcase the best of the Barossa.

28.50£

This wine is a rich and vibrant purple-red in colour. The nose is lifted and pronounced, displaying aromas of ripe red fruits and cinnamon, with hints of smoky oak. On the palate, generous layers of black and red fruits are married with savoury spice and velvety tannins that linger on the long finish.

32.50£

On the nose, notes of dark berries and plum supported by hints of licorice and a floral lift. Dark and brooding on the palate, with tightly wound layers of rich, black and blue fruits with hints of dark chocolate and spice, finishing long with savoury tannins

47.99£

In the glass, this wine is bright purple-red in colour. Lifted red fruit aromatics are complemented by hints of roses, aniseed and savoury spice. On the palate, this wine is medium-bodied with vibrant flavours of cranberry and raspberry supported by fresh acidity and fine tannins.

23.99£

An attractive pale straw in colour, this wine displays vibrant and lifted aromas of ripe peach and nectarine, ginger, citrus and a hint of blossom. The elegant palate shows excellent fruit purity with mouth-filling flavours of nectarine, mandarin and spice. This wine is perfect to enjoy now but, with cellaring, will build in texture.

87.99£

This wine is a rich and vibrant purple-red in colour. The nose is lifted and pronounced, displaying aromas of ripe red fruits and cinnamon, with hints of smoky oak. On the palate, generous layers of black and red fruits are married with savoury spice and velvety tannins that linger on the long finish.