Penfolds, Grange, 1991

Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia

Penfolds, Grange, 1991

Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia




Out of stock



Grape Varietes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz Wine Style: Sophisticated Spicy Reds Winemaker: John Duval Optimum Drinking: 2017 Reviewer Rating: 95 Reviewer: Wine Spectator Code: 100193 Alcohol: 13.5% Label Quality: Slight damp to labels & original wooden case
Estate Notes

Penfold's Grange is one of Australia's most famous wines, officially listed as a heritage icon of South Australia: a wine of extraordinary dimension and power. Richly textured, intensely concentrated and packed with fruit sweetness.

Penfolds was founded by an English doctor (Dr Christopher Rawson Penfold), who migrated to South Australia in the mid-19th Century. Penfold had a firm belief in the medicinal value of port and sherry and began making fortified wine for his parents. Penfold's ethos continued until the 1950s when Jeffrey Penfold tasked winemaker Max Schubert to cater for changing consumer tastes.

Almost single-handedly Schubert (who died in 1994) lifted Australia's wine industry out of mediocrity, primarily through the revolutionary Grange Hermitage, and has arguably been the most influential figure in the modern Australian wine industry.

Please note: bottle shown is for illustrative purposes only (not actual bottle for sale).


"Thick, rich and powerful, with layer upon layer of spicy plum, black cherry, anise, mineral and vanilla flavors that resonate engagingly and impressively on the long finish, where the spicy plum accent grows to fruition." Wine Spectator