Cooper Burns Grenache 2009 (12 x 750mL), Barossa, SA.

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Overview

The medium bodied palate floods the mouth with those beautiful red berry flavours typical of the Grenache variety. A layered wine with a tight structure, soft but firm tannins, bright acidity and a long savory spicy finish.

Region:
SA - Barossa
State:
South Australia
Country:
Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

Colour

The wine is cherry red in colour with vibrant purple hues.

Aroma

The nose is wonderfully lifted and perfumed, displaying intense aromas of Turkish Delight, strawberry, blackberry, violets, musk, sandalwood, licorice and a touch of mint and clove spice.

Palate

The medium bodied palate floods the mouth with those beautiful red berry flavours typical of the Grenache variety. A layered wine with a tight structure, soft but firm tannins, bright acidity and a long savory spicy finish.

Cellaring

An approachable and fruit driven wine that will be best enjoyed over the next 5 - 10 years.

Vintage
2009
Region
SA - Barossa
Grape Style
Grenache
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

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Cooper Burns is a winemaking partnership of Mark Cooper & Russell Burns, dedicated to producing tiny amounts of handcrafted, small batch, artisan wines from the Barossa Valley. We aim to make wines with soul, individuality and personality that express the qualities of the vineyard, vintage and passion that went in to making the wines.Mark & Russell met during vintage 2003 in California, where, being like-minded individuals, they struck up an immediate friendship. As the days and weeks of a Californian summer and fall went by, it become apparent that Mark & Russell had similar dreams for making their own handcrafted wine. A night of margaritas and tequila in Paso Robles saw the basic framework for Cooper Burns take shape. Details of that night remain hazy, but essentially revolved around low yielding super premium fruit from the Barossa Valley, traditional winemaking methods with minimal intervention and attention to detail, and a belief in what they wanted to do and achieve with the wines. After reaching an accord with their partners, Rachel & Tracy, (lots of begging, pleading, promises and a tantrum or two was required to reach this accord, mind you), it came to pass that Cooper Burns was up and running for vintage 2004.

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