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Ga-ga over $850 Grange

October 6, 2016

“It  opens with classic old-school Grange ‘polish’ swirling around in  a deep well of the very darkest of dark fruits.

” It’s exotic with anise and cardamom spices as well, which hold your  olfactory senses for some  while as the fruits take their time to rise out of the glass, somehow revealing underlying impressions of dark licorice, coffee, chocolate and stout…

“The palate is typically generous and solid, thick and textural with Grange’s traditional tannin “.

Etc, etc, etc

Wow. I think the above should qualify Advertiser journalist and Grange guru  Tony Love for the  print media’s premier prize for pretension pro-Penfold prattling.


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