Schild Estate Old & Survivor Vine Grenache 2019
  • Grenache
  • Dry
  • Residual Sugar: 4.00 g/l
  • Full Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 14.50% alc./vol

Schild Estate Old & Survivor Vine Grenache 2019

Barossa, Australia
Regular price $41.95per bottle ($251.70per case)
6 bottles per case

Floral & Fragrant

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The Schild Family have been grape growers in the Barossa Valley since 1952. Growing the estate from one vineyard to over 134ha across 11 precious sites, their generational wisdom and knowledge of the land allows for premium fruit to flourish each vintage. Their Estate Wine label was created as a small side project and quickly grew in reputation and is now loved worldwide. 

The Southern area of the Barossa Valley has higher altitudes and slightly cooler climates to play with. Hills, valleys and cool gully winds provide delicate and balanced nuances, shown between seasons and sites. Driven by the unique characteristics of each vineyard, Schild Estate wines are an authentic reflection of the terroir in the region. A true expression of Southern Barossa.

From two precious estate-owned vineyards that sit high in the hills, this Grenache reflects the characteristics of the old and survivor vines that produce low-yielding, high quality fruit. The resulting wine offers dark cherries, red currents with floral undertones and savoury spices. The bright fruit is evenly layered amongst a softly tannic frame are followed by a long licorice-infused finish.

Pair with slow-braised beef and a medly of your favourite roasted root vegetables.

Press Reviews

The Real Review

92 Points - Ralph Kyte-Powell

A blend from Barossa grenache vines classified as “Old” – 35 years – and “Survivor” – 70 years. The result is less traditional than the components might suggest with notable floral aromas, hints of Turkish Delight, licorice, raspberry, and earthy notes on the nose. It’s very fragrant and the flavours are fruit-sweet but not jammy. It has lovely velvety flow in the mouth and good depth of flavour without undue heaviness. Soft ripe tannins and a long licorice-accented finish complete the picture. Drinking well right now.