Not the deepest or most complex Aussie Grenache I've had, but flavorful, balanced, and satisfying. I think Grenache goes with many of the Italian dishes I tend to cook, which is odd, given that it's a grape that is grown only in one small area in Italy (a clone of Grenache called Cannonau is grown on the island of Sardinia).
Medium dark ruby. Direct, big nose of kirsch, crushed stones, and lemon juice. Full-bodied, with straight-on ripe, spicy raspberry fruit and a dry, saline, gravelly minerality that comes on in the finish. Pretty big, but with good acidity for a Grenache from down-under, and a long, juicy finish. B+. Was $13 and change at Spec's on Smith.