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Penfolds Limited Edition Travel Pack



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Not able to travel to South Australia’s Barossa Valley wine country? Well, Penfolds has just the thing. The popular Australian wine brand has just released a special limited-edition wine set that may just barely salve that travel itch – its Barossa Valley Explorer Pack.

The Barossa Valley Explorer Pack comes as a wine carrier – in shiny Penfolds red livery – that looks wholly like a travel case. The Singapore version houses two of Penfolds’ iconic wines from the Barossa Valley (obviously) – Bin 138 Barossa Valley Shiraz Grenache 2018 and Bin 150 Marananga Shiraz 2018.

For those not too familiar with Barossa, this internationally-acclaimed South Australian winemaking region – located barely an hour away from Adelaide – is home to soils that are considered among some of the oldest in the world, dating back over 200 million years. These soils make the rich and powerful Shiraz-based wines that today Barossa is known for.

Penfolds Barossa Valley Dual Pack
Gift Pack includes:
1 x Penfolds Bin 138 Shiraz Grenache Mataro 75cl
1 x Penfolds Bin 150 Maranga Shiraz 75cl


BIN 138

Apperance: Bright garnet red

Aroma: Raspberry-leaf and pastille fruits (blackberry) jostle to the fore. Barossa boot polish high-notes arise – ever so discretely! Scents of delightfully appealing, almost pungent salty prosciutto/cassoulet/beef ragu/osso buco … stock(s)? A quince jelly and inky-berried aromatic sign-off at this early stage of bottle maturation. More to be revealed over time

Palate: Juicy, dense and more-ish – a sophisticated varietal and regional matrix unfolds, stamped with Barossa integrity. But, what from what? Best guess: ironstone – from shiraz and a continuum of fresh red and dark berried fruits from its grenache and mataro stablemates. Super-fine tannins permeate across the palate, no doubt contributed by all three varieties. Background oak ever so distant. Lingers.

BIN 150

Apperance: Deep, dark red

Aroma: An instant formic lift, elevating a mix of African/Middle Eastern spices – cumin and dried fennel flirting with aromas
akin to soaked dill-pickle juice. Less Marananga blueberry and juniper notes detected than normal, yet so many other shiraz variants leap forward to entice … Intermittent wafts of just-cooked pound cake and a cumquat/apricot-preserve strudel – i.e. innocent fruits in tandem with other ‘niceties’! Oak? A forensic audit may uncover some carefully hidden nutty and ginger notes derived from this source.

Palate: A boysenberry/mulberry slurry, almost a coulis, with a smidgeon of cola/creamy soda flavours. Prominent tannins augment and propel an impression of a svelte film of raspberry seeds/pips, to heighten textural appeal. Supportive oak adds weight – contributing structurally yet hesitating to add to the flavour-pool. An ironstone/ferrous (haemoglobin) impression noted on back-palate.

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