Charles Melton Nine Popes Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre 2007

Charles Melton seem to produce good, flavoursome and well made Barossa grenache shiraz mourvedre (the blend this year is about 50/50 shiraz and grenache, with a touch of mourvedre).  This wine had an aroma of plums, and a palate with notes of plums, pepper and substantial length (10 seconds plus).  Very good.  88 to 89 points (and possibly higher). 

Source: restaurant
Website: http://www.charlesmeltonwines.com.au/
For another view, see: http://australianwinejournal.blogspot.com/2010/07/charles-melton-nine-popes-2007.html
Barossa Valley
June 3, 2010
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