One of Australia’s leading and largest certified organic grape grower and winemaker, Angove Organic, has recently received a host of medals at the 2020 Drink Business Magazine Awards.
In a very trying year for Australian winemaking, the Awards are a testament to the Angove Family’s focus on wines made with the gentlest touch and with minimal inputs. The range of exceptional Certified Organic wines are crafted from premium grapes sourced from a number of organic and biodynamic vineyards through McLaren Vale and the Riverland. At no stage during the grape growing or winemaking processes is synthetic chemicals or non-organic inputs used.
The winning wines at the include:
· 2018 Warboys Vineyard McLaren Vale Grenache 2018 – Master medal – “Delicious. Juicy, masses of cherry and strawberry, ripe, fleshy, but not heavy”
· 2019 Angove Organic Shiraz Cabernet – Gold medal – “Nice juicy, fruity, youthful nose with red and dark cherry fruit”
· 2019 Angove Organic Chardonnay – Gold medal – “Delicate nose, some peach and touch of cream”
· 2018 Warboys Vineyard McLaren Vale Shiraz Grenache 2018 – Gold medal – “Nose has gentle notes of red berry fruit, strawberry, lot of toasty oak, Grenache like character, with some cherry fruit”
· 2019 Wild Olive Organic McLaren Vale Chardonnay 2019 – Gold medal – “Peach, lemon and peanut nose.”
· 2019 Angove Organic Shiraz – Silver medal – “Quite deep ruby, intense nose with touch of vanilla and ripe black fruit”
· 2018 Wild Olive Organic McLaren Vale Shiraz – Silver medal – “Palate intense, sweet black cherry and blackcurrant, some vanilla and peppermint”
· 2018 Warboys Vineyard McLaren Vale Shiraz – Silver medal – “Medium weight, vanilla and toast, touch of mint.”
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