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By Emma Reynolds | October 19 2018
Australia’s oldest and most iconic winemaker, Penfolds, released its annual Penfolds Collection for 2018, including the 64th consecutive release of Grange, on October 18.
Reflecting the best winemaking in Australia, sourced from multiple regions and vineyards, each bottle represents the long heritage of Penfolds (175 years to be exact). The showstopper of each collection year after year is Grange (a Shiraz blend with some Cabernet Sauvignon) – and this year’s 2014 Grange is no exception. Penfolds Chief Winemaker Peter Gago says that wrattonbully grapes appear in Grange for the first time, making the wine more powerful than years past.
Penfolds is known across the world for its highly rated wines, of both red and white varietal, and across a variety of price points. This year’s collection contains five vintages, seven varietals, and is sourced from fifteen regions. Known for its price points, spanning from $50 to $900, there’s something for everyone in the sought-after 2018 Collection.
For more information, visit penfolds.com