Dolan & Dunn Barossa Valley Shiraz Grenache 2016

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by Nigel Dolan & Caroline Dunn .

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One of the most anticipated reds returns!

    • Last year, Dolan & Dunn’s sublime inaugural red sold out in a flash.  Now, one of our most eagerly anticipated wines returns to the Naked shelves exclusively for Angels. You simply cannot get a more experienced or powerful Australian winemaking team than this. At all. Anywhere!

    • This robust but oh-so-elegant wine has Barossa richness stamped all over it. Gear up for a plush, luscious palate with layers of raspberry, loganberry and hints of blackberry and blueberry. Gentle spice mingles with juicy plum...pick that chin up off the floor!

    • Under $19 for this deliciousness is an Angel-only privilege. Caroline and Nigel have over 60 years of brilliant Barossa winemaking experience between them and, extraordinarily, have never made a wine together...until NOW!


Ageing advice
We’ve created this wine as a bright, modern style that showcases plush, juicy fruit and a smooth, supple palate on release. With careful short to medium-term ageing it will develop further subtle complexity.

Serving advice
While not essential to this wine’s enjoyment, allowing it to breathe for 30 minutes before drinking will more fully express its natural character. Serve at room temperature, or in warm weather allow to chill for 30 minutes in the fridge.

Local food match
Lush, lingering fruit and a fine structure make this the ideal wine to serve with plump, mid-weight, meaty dishes with bags of juicy flavour. Perfect with sticky glazed Berkshire pork ribs straight from the barbecue, succulent Hutton Vale lamb cutlets with beetroot relish, or crispy-skinned Barossa duck with plums and star-anise.