Jauma "Danby" Grenache
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Jauma "Danby" Grenache - 2018

Item # 39269 750mL
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Grape Variety

Production Methods




Wine made from organically or biodynamically grown grapes with minimal intervention avoiding the use of chemicals, additives and technology.

Tasting Notes

Made from the Grenache grape and fermented using carbonic maceration that gives this wine a slight fizziness. A very natural style of wine that is a far cry from most wines coming out of Australia. A wine to delight adventurous palates.

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Staff Pick Notes

The Australian natural wine scene is having a moment and I for one hope that minute turns into an hour, which turns into a day, then a year (that unfolds into infinity plus one). So, in celebration of Australia and it's impressive land I am here writing the county love notes, celebrating in it's honor. And I can think of no better wine to celebrate with then one from Jauma. Jauma at it's core is a passion project producing juice that is contrary to what we as a country know as Australian wine, ehh hemm Yellow Tale I'm looking at you. Winemakers James Erskine and Mark Warner are bringing these fun and funky wines to life in the Adelaide Hills of Southern Australia. Their mission is to make fresh, light and drinkable wines and this carbonic Grenache is a brilliant example of what they have going on.

- HG

Astor's Glossary of Terms


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South Australia

South Australia is home to nearly half the country's wine production as well as the center of premium Shiraz production. It contains the Clare Valley, Barossa Valley, Eden Valley, Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale, Padthaway, and Coonawarra regions.

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