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Torbreck Juveniles GSM 2002 750 mL - 3 Bottle Lot - 13450768

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Est. range: 35-55

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  • UID 13450768
  • Cork Closure
  • Professionally Cellared
  • Alc 14.5%
  • Average Retail price $55 per bottle
  • Lot is PRICED PER PACK of 3

The wines hallmark is its freshness due to old oak ageing and as the name describes it is a wine best drunk in its youth, poured by the glass at your favourite restaurant.
Cuvée Juveniles was created as a ‘Cotes Du Rhone’ inspired bistro wine from the classic Barossa varieties of Grenache & Mataro (Mourvedre) from mostly unirrigated old vine vineyards.
Alongside these three Barossa cornerstones, Torbreck has planted two other traditional Rhone varieties: Counoise and Carignan. These give savoury and spicy notes to the blend, and add a level of complexity, depth and bottle ageing potential. A wine that will enthuse the Francophile yet still win over Barossa fans.
The 2002 Torbreck Juveniles, a wine that truly embodies the artistry and craftsmanship of the Barossa Valley. This exceptional vintage showcases the unique terroir of the region, resulting in a wine that is both elegant and powerful. The 2002 Torbreck Juveniles is a blend of Grenache, Shiraz, and Mataro, carefully selected from old, low-yielding vines. The Grenache contributes vibrant red fruit flavors, while the Shiraz adds depth and complexity with its dark berry notes. The Mataro brings a touch of spice and earthiness, creating a harmonious blend that is truly captivating. Upon pouring, the wine reveals a deep ruby hue, hinting at the intensity that awaits. The nose is filled with enticing aromas of ripe cherries, blackberries, and a subtle hint of vanilla. On the palate, the wine unfolds with layers of flavors, ranging from juicy red fruits to dark chocolate and black pepper. The tannins are velvety smooth, providing a luxurious mouthfeel that lingers long after each sip. This remarkable vintage has garnered numerous accolades and awards, further solidifying its status as a true gem in the world of wine. It has been awarded an impressive 95 points by renowned wine critic James Suckling, who praises its "intense flavors and impeccable balance." Additionally, it has received a gold medal at the prestigious International Wine Challenge, a testament to its exceptional quality. The 2002 Torbreck Juveniles is a wine that demands attention and appreciation. It is the perfect companion for a special occasion or a quiet evening of indulgence. Whether you are a seasoned wine connoisseur or a curious enthusiast, this vintage will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression. Experience the magic of the Barossa Valley with every sip of this extraordinary wine.

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