The VineCo Global Passport Series Pinot Noir Merlot Syrah is a unique blend of three classic grapes. Expressive and smooth with a hint of spice to awaken the senses. This medium bodied assemblage of Pinot Noir, Merlot and Syrah is a playful yet sophisticated wine. Fresh fruit layers of blueberry, ripe cherry and raspberry are complimented by hints of white pepper and earthy notes. A juicy and vibrant mouthfeel lead to a soft and elegant finish. Supple tannins and vanilla oak nuances round out this unique Australian blend.
Suggested food pairings include meat based pizza, grilled portobello burgers, & gruyere.
The GPS23 wines are only available by pre-order only. A $15 deposit reserves your wine!
Pre-Order 3 or more GPS23 and LE22 wines and you will receive a $5 discount off each wine as you pick them up!
Arrives February 2023. Labels included.
Every year, our highly anticipated VineCo™ Global Passport Series takes us on a new adventure to the most prominent, well-respected wine regions – from highly touted up-and-coming regions to age-old vineyards with long histories. Available for a short time by reservation only.
Another classic grape from the Bordeaux region of France, Merlot is now the most widely planted red grape in the world! Merlot wines range from very approachable, young drinking, soft wines to big, dense block-busters. There is a place for Merlot in everyone’s wine rack!
Pinot Noir finds its home in cooler growing regions around the world. Known at the ‘heartbreak grape’ Pinot Noir is very difficult to grow but it is definitely worth the effort. Pinot Noir at its best is silky, deceptively powerful and elegantly subtle. Pinot Noir is the grape French Burgundies are made with... which are consistently the most expensive wines in the world. Pinot Noir is a great wine for every cellar as it’s a great cross-over wine for food pairing.
Due to the popularity of Australian wines this grape is now probably better known to most wine drinkers as Shiraz, however in France (its original home) and most growing regions of the world it is still known as Syrah. While largely a blending grape in the Rhone region wines of France, most other growing regions feature Shiraz on its own. Look for nice berry flavours with a lively spiciness- very enjoyable.
Southern Australia’s picturesque wine region is located east of the Barossa Valley and extends for over 300km along the Murray River. This long-established region has more Chardonnay plantings than all the Southern wine growing regions combined in Australia. Chardonnay from this region is vibrant with ripe flavours and oak is often used to support the richness of the wines and add further complexity. Riverland’s continental climate, flat terrain and long hours of sunshine mean the vines receive consistent, quality sunlight, greatly reducing their chance of disease and ensuring fully ripe, flavourful fruit. The Riverland region is the largest producer of wine in all of Australia. The scenic region is located east of the Barossa Valley and extends along the Murray River for more than 300km. The hot, dry continental climate with endless sunshine and cool nights makes the region one of the most perfect places for growing grapes. With minimal rainfall in the region the Murray River provides much-needed water to the area’s vineyards to help irrigate the vines to ensure fully ripe and flavourful fruit. It a place that where citrus and stone fruit tress are abundant and where world class grapes are grown alongside the wildlife filled wetland and the mighty Murray River.
Dry wines like Cabernet and Pinot Grigio have no perceptible amount of sweetness to the drinker and will often be detected as having a drying character in the mouth.
Great for food, medium bodied wines typically have alcohol levels below 14% and less oak.
Most red wines will have at least a medium oak level as it is an expected part of the taste of a red wine.