Rockford 2003 Moppa Springs G-M-S Red (Barossa Valley)

In contrast to many of the Barossa's Grenache-dominant blends, this is not a punchy, fruity, glug-it-down style. In fact, the operative word here is delicate, referring to the intricate interplay of spice, tea, herbs, rose petals and red cherries on the nose and the silky tannins on the palate. Drink now–2015, and serve it with some of the same dishes you might pair with Pinot Noir, such as veal or poultry. Joe Czerwinski

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