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The Grapes of Ross


The Grapes of Ross

PO Box 14
Lyndoch, South Australia, 5351

Phone: (08) 8524 4214
Email: grapesofross@ihug.com.au


Quality Handcrafted and Award Winning Wines from the Barossa Valley

No Cellar Door

Wines available: Mail/Email Order or contact for Outlet Details.

Try our Trophy Winner the delicious 2008 Ruby Tuesday Rose`, our ever popular spritzy, the Grapes of Ross Moscato or enticing Black Rose Shiraz. 

 

2008 the Grapes of Ross Moscato
SILVER MEDAL 2008 Cairns Show Wine Awards, White Wine category 2:3
BRONZE MEDAL 2008 Barossa Wine Show, class 7 Sweet White Table Wine.
Aromatic and spritzy, a delicately sweet, fruity wine with a clean zesty finish, it is made from 100% Frontignac grapes. Great served chilled with cheese and pate`, spicy foods and desserts, or refreshing and festive just on its own.

 

2008 Ruby Tuesday Rose`
Top GOLD MEDAL and Winner of Lynas Valley Honda
TROPHY for best Rose` class 6, 2008 Barossa Valley
Wine Show.
A blend of Shiraz & Sangiovese, this is a wine for the
senses. With a radiant ruby sheen and soft floral and
succulent red berry characters, it is deliciously full
flavoured and crisp. Fantastic served lightly chilled with
seafood, Asian cuisine and salad dishes.

2006 Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon

A lighter style blend with a fine balance of intense Cabernet fruit and soft, fragrant, cherry flavoured Merlot and French oak characters. A food friendly wine to compliment rich saucy dishes and pastas. 

 2006 Old Bush Vine Grenache 
Warm, generous and flavoursome with a savoury note to
the cherry fruit base. An attractive wine with lovely tannin
and good acid that will compliment most meat dishes.
 

2006 Black Rose Shiraz
Elegant, with aromas of the gorgeous black rose, lush black fruits, spice and coffeed oak on the palate and a soft tannin finish. A very rewarding wine now, with excellent potential to further develop in the bottle.