Campbell Mattinson: “you’d bet on this for the medium term and (well) beyond.”

  • Posted by Terre à Terre Wines
  • On September 2, 2018
Author: Campbell Mattinson Source: winecompanion.com Review Date: December 21, 2017 Terre à Terre Rouge 2015 44/36/20% blend of shiraz, cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc, the latter relegated from the front seat it took with the 2014. It’s medium weight wine with everything geared towards the finish; never a bad thing. Blackberry, saltbush, gravel and black olive flavours put on […]
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Decanter World Wine Awards 2018 – 1 Silver and 3 Bronze for Terre à Terre

  • Posted by Terre à Terre Wines
  • On June 5, 2018
Results of the Decanter World Wine Awards 2018 (DWWA) are out and all Terre à Terre wines submitted to the Show received a medal: Down to Earth Sauvignon Blanc 2017 : 86 points – Bronze medal Terre à Terre Rouge 2015 : 86 points – Bronze medal Terre à Terre Crayères Vineyard Reserve 2014 : […]
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Mike Bennie: “a wine of quiet class”

  • Posted by Terre à Terre Wines
  • On May 10, 2018
Author: Mike Bennie Source: Wine Business Monthly Date: May 2018 Terre à Terre Rouge 2015 The wine does a good job of combining elegance and a sense of easy drinking, though the takeaway message is a wine of quiet class” Score: 94/100 RRP: $32
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Jancis Robinson: “wildly more ambitious than most wineries’ entry level red.”

  • Posted by Terre à Terre Wines
  • On April 18, 2018
Author: Jancis Robinson Source: JancisRobinson.com Date: 25 February 2018 Terre à Terre Rouge 2015 No particular varietal signature on the nose – rather smudgier and less refreshing than the 2014 with which I was so taken. A very pleasing blend on the palate but there is something just slightly less than fully ripe on the nose and […]
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Andrew Graham: “It’s a structured wine made for the future”

  • Posted by Terre à Terre Wines
  • On April 18, 2018
Author: Andrew Graham Source: ozwinereview.com.au Review Date: April 5, 2018 Terre à Terre Rouge 2015 The more approachable end of the Terre à Terre range. But it still needs more time. A blend of Shiraz/Cabernet/Cab Franc in proportions of 44/36/20. Spends 8 months in old barrique and 14 months in a 2yo foudre. 590 dozen produced. It’s a structured […]
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Tony Love: “Very drinkable and splendid food companion”

  • Posted by Terre à Terre Wines
  • On October 23, 2017
Author: Tony Love Source: The Advertiser Review Date: Wednesday, September 13 2017 Terre à Terre Rouge 2015 The label states SA but in fact this is from the under-the radar region of Wrattonbully, between Coonawarra and Padthaway. It’s a red blend of a couple of familiar partners in shiraz and cabernet sauvignon, but with a 20 per cent proportion […]
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Gary Walsh: “overall charm”

  • Posted by Terre à Terre Wines
  • On August 17, 2017
Author: Gary Walsh Source: winefront.com.au Review Date: August 16 2017 Terre à Terre Rouge 2015 Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon (36%), Cabernet Franc (20%). An unusual blend in the world of wine, but it works. Rich, almost to liquorice, slight grassy and spicy perfume, black and red fruits, with a lick of cedar oak. Medium bodied, grainy tannin and a little alcohol […]
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Stuart Robinson: “Inviting, comforting.”

  • Posted by Terre à Terre Wines
  • On July 28, 2017
Source: vinsomniac.com.au Source: Stuart Robinson Review Date: July 21, 2017 Terre à Terre Rouge 2015 From Wrattonbully, a blend of Shiraz (44%), Cabernet Sauvignon (36%), Cab Franc (20%). You could be forgiven for thinking a plainly labelled ‘rouge’ is perhaps a simple offering. Gives rise to this plummy, mulberry aroma – deep set, there’s a suggestion of herb and seasoning […]
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Patrick Eckel: “This will last a long time.”

  • Posted by Terre à Terre Wines
  • On July 26, 2017
Author: Patrick Eckel Source: winereviewer.com.au Review Date: Tuesday, July 25 2017 Terre à Terre Rouge 2015 A blend of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc that gives a youthful but dark red in the glass. The nose is the sum of all parts with dark plum backed by blackberry bud, a touch of sweeter french oak and earth. A tightly bound […]
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