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Tellurian - Grenache Shiraz Mouvèdre 2019 Tellurian - Grenache Shiraz Mouvèdre 2019

Tellurian - Grenache Shiraz Mouvèdre 2019

Texture and mouthfeel, with soft, plush tannins

Single Bottle:

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Varietal:Red Blend

Varietal Blend:Grenache Shiraz Mouvedre

Unit Size:750ml

Alcohol Volume:14.6%



Tasting Notes

Light plum-red in colour. Lifted aromas of raspberry, cherry, plum and wild strawberry combine with subtle savoury, earthy notes. Medium-bodied palate highlighted by vibrant red fruits, elegant texture and mouthfeel, with soft, plush tannins and well-balanced acidity providing a moreish finish.

Technical Info



Organic Certification:ACO - 12239

Country of Origin:Australia

Serving Temperature:18-20°C

Drink By:2029

Wine Ageing:10 months ageing in French oak barrels.

Winemaking Style:Modern

Winemaking:All three components were fermented separately in small batches before blending and then maturation.

Viticulture:Heathcote’s warm days, cool nights and ancient Cambrian soils bring out the best in these varieties, the backbone of the Rhone Valley reds.

Food Pairing:Braised lamb shanks, grilled rosemary chicken, pan seared fillet mignon, ratatouille provençale, lamb kebabs, sausage and peppers, stuffed bell peppers provençale, Herbes de Provence pork tenderloin

Reviews and Accolades



Halliday Companion - Jeni Port

Another juicy and affable red from Tellurian, highlighting the region's natural affinity with shiraz, here in unison with good mates grenache and mourvèdre. They're a lively, spicy bunch. Deep Heathcote colour. Floral scents rise from the glass joined by macerated cherries, plums and spice. Flows easily across the palate with texture, a light toasty influence and even-handed tannins.


The Wine Front - Campbell Mattinson

It’s a warm-hearted wine with plenty going on. Tar, graphite, clove and black cherry/plum flavours provide plenty to tuck into, alcohol warmth perhaps thinning the finish a touch. It remains satisfying, and feels polished. Good texture here too.


The Real Review - Stuart Knox

Deep ruby-red colour with a vibrant purple rim. A fragrant nose of crushed blueberries and violets. The palate is driven by fleshy blueberry fruit, some layers of smoky minerals give interest and the tannins are firm enough to dry the finish, if not quite enough to drive it particularly long. Still, a good glass of approachable red.

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Established in 2002, Tellurian is a well-known winery located in the heart of Heathcote, Victoria, Australia. Owned by Daniel Hopkins and with the expertise of winemaker Tobias Ansted, Tellurian has become a respected name in the Australian wine industry. One fascinating aspect of Tellurian is its unique name, which draws inspiration from the vineyard's exceptional red Cambrian soil, rich in tellurium. This distinctive soil, often referred to as "Heathcote's treasure," contributes to the terroir that sets Tellurian wines apart. Tellurian has particularly gained recognition for its Shiraz and Rhône varietals, known for their exceptional quality and distinctive Heathcote character. With a commitment to environmental responsibility and a passion for crafting outstanding wines, Tellurian continues to be a standout winery in the Australian wine landscape.

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