Grant Burge `Corryton Park` Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 (6 x 750mL), SA.

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All of the different parcels of fruit were crushed and fermented separately. Several of the components were left on skins for up to 30 days after fermentation was complete, a process called extended maceration - which imparts added richness of fruit flavour and softening of tannins. The wine was matured in predominately new French oak hogsheads, with a small percentage of one and two year old barrels for nineteen months.

SA - Barossa
South Australia

Expert Reviews

Positive purple-red; Barossa here means Barossa region, and high elevation on the edge of the Adelaide Hills. This is a robust cabernet, but a very good one, the full-bodied palate with layers of blackcurrant fruit, a twist of olive, ripe tannins and an exact amount of French oak.

Rating 93 - Drink by 2030 - James Halliday, Wine Companion - Jul 2013

Winery Tasting Notes


The wine showcases classic Cabernet Sauvignon with fragrant aromas of blackcurrant, tobacco, mint, blackberry and cedar.


The full bodied palate is succulent and complex with layers of cassis, plums and winter fruit all beautifully supported with elegant supple tannins. A complex wine with great length and balance which will confidently cellar for 10 years or more.

Food Matching

Enjoy with prime cuts of meat such as Fillet Steak cooked medium rare, where the flavour of the meat and the wine will combine harmoniously.

Medals & Trophies

Silver Medal

– 2011 Royal Queensland Wine Show

Bronze Medal

  • 2014 Decanter Asia Wine Awards
  • 2014 Decanter World Wine Awards
  • 2012 Decanter Asia Wine Awards
SA - Barossa
Grape Style
Cabernet Sauvignon
Closure Type
Cork closure

Winery Profile

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History and Tradition

Grant Burge is a fifth-generation Barossa Vigneron. Throughout his career, Grant has been one of the most respected and innovative forces in the Australian wine industry. The history of the Burge family and their long association with winemaking in the region can be traced back to March 1855, when noted tailor John Burge immigrated to the Barossa from Hillcot, near Pewsey in Wiltshire, England with his wife Eliza and their two sons. With help from his sons Meshach and Henry, John’s farm flourished with wheat, sheep and viticulture. His eldest son Meshach continued the farming tradition and was a prominent community leader. He married Emma in the early 1900s and they had eight children. First-born Percival established the Wilsford Winery in 1916, beginning the Burge winemaking tradition. Percival had two sons, Noel and Colin, and Colin and his wife Nancy had one son, Grant. Following in the footsteps of his father and forefathers before him, Grant now carries the winemaking tradition into the 21st century

Family Owned

Grant Burge Wines was formed in 1988 by Grant and his wife Helen, and is located in the heart of the Barossa Valley on the banks of Jacob's Creek and is still proudly family owned. Continuing the family tradition, Grant and Helen have now brought the sixth generation into the fold. Eldest son Toby is the company’s Vineyard Manager, upholding the premium quality and consistency of fruit produced from the vineyards. Amelia joined the Marketing Department in an assistant role early in 2007, and in late 2008 went out into the world to gain more experience to bring back to the company later on in her career. Trent, the youngest, has been part of the hardworking cellar team at the Illaparra Winery since vintage 2006. All three children share Grant and Helen’s vision to continue this long family tradition of bringing exceptional wines to the world.

“I am a romantic, and I have a real sense of my family history, of my father and grandfather, and what they achieved.” Grant Burge

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