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Atlas Grenache 2021 South Australia Clare Valley

$23.95

Atlas Grenache 2021

Made with fruit hand-picked from 80-year-old bush vines that grow in terra rossa soil over limestone at a unique site in Leasingham. Bright ruby red in the glass, this wine displays lifted aromatics of strawberry, violets and cinnamon, with an underlying hint of Provençal herbs. The palate is mid weight and juicy with flavours of plush cherry and berry fruits, soft rounded tannins and a lingering savoury finish.

We could start the Atlas story in any number of places. At one of Adam Barton’s formative winemaking jobs, in McLaren Vale, Coonawarra, the Barossa, Western Australia, the South of France or California’s Central Coast. Before that, at the University of Adelaide, where he studied oenology. Or in the Hunter Valley, where he first discovered the magic of wine, in a glass of 1965 Lindemans Hunter River Burgundy.  We could go back even earlier, to Amy Lane’s childhood in the South Australian Mid North, on the arid, sandy paddocks that have been farmed by her family for generations. But where Atlas began in earnest is on a 26-acre block of land, a vineyard planted with Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, on the eastern slopes of the Clare Valley. The year was 2007. Adam and Amy made an investment in Clare, an investment in their future, and Atlas Wines was born.

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Atlas Grenache 2021

Made with fruit hand-picked from 80-year-old bush vines that grow in terra rossa soil over limestone at a unique site in Leasingham. Bright ruby red in the glass, this wine displays lifted aromatics of strawberry, violets and cinnamon, with an underlying hint of Provençal herbs. The palate is mid weight and juicy with flavours of plush cherry and berry fruits, soft rounded tannins and a lingering savoury finish.

We could start the Atlas story in any number of places. At one of Adam Barton’s formative winemaking jobs, in McLaren Vale, Coonawarra, the Barossa, Western Australia, the South of France or California’s Central Coast. Before that, at the University of Adelaide, where he studied oenology. Or in the Hunter Valley, where he first discovered the magic of wine, in a glass of 1965 Lindemans Hunter River Burgundy.  We could go back even earlier, to Amy Lane’s childhood in the South Australian Mid North, on the arid, sandy paddocks that have been farmed by her family for generations. But where Atlas began in earnest is on a 26-acre block of land, a vineyard planted with Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, on the eastern slopes of the Clare Valley. The year was 2007. Adam and Amy made an investment in Clare, an investment in their future, and Atlas Wines was born.

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Brands

Atlas

Country

Australia, Clare Valley, South Australia

Price

$20 – $50

Varietal

Grenache

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