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Munda 'Ngadjuri + Peramangk Country' Grenache 2022

Profile Aromatic
Region Barossa + Eden Valleys
Body Medium

From a young age I was taught to look after my munda (land) first, then animals and plants, then your family. These are the same values that underpin Munda Wines. We are majority indigenous owned and opening pathways for my people to enter an industry that relies on munda to produce the highly sought after wines Australia is famous for.

Munda is the Wirangu & Kokatha word for land that pre-dates the French concept of ‘terroir’ by over 65,000 years. Our philosophy is to express the munda of select Aboriginal countries. 

As Aboriginal people we don’t believe in owning the munda. We believe munda is our mother and giver, and that if we care for munda, munda will care for us.

For over 65,000 years our First Nation’s People, my ancestors, have respected munda first.

Paul Vandenbergh
Wirangu & Kokatha Country

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Tasting Notes

When to drink
Drink now or hold for up to 10 years
On the nose
Pretty and immediately expressive, multi layered aromas of raspberry, dried cherries, lifted spices and rhubarb.
On the palate
Medium bodied with layers of tannins and savoury earthy flavours balanced with a textured waves of spicy fruit. Complex, soft on the palate with a fineness and elegance counter balanced with generosity and depth of texture that speaks of it’s munda (land or country).
Product Notes
Early April from ancient sandy riverbeds on the Eastern flank of Light’s Pass from two vineyards aged between 20 and 40 years. 100% wild ferment with a natural malolactic ferment. Completely destemmed, whole berry and carbonic maceration. Gentle pump overs twice a day for 14 x days at a cooler fermenting temperature. Gently pressed via a perforated basket press. Matured in 40% older seasoned French Oak for 9 x months, remainder in stainless steel to retain freshness.