Brockenchack Wines Megan Jane Grenache bottle Brockenchack Wines Megan Jane Grenache bottle
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Gold| 2021 Melbourne International Wine Competition

If this 2019 Grenache was a hot rod, it would be bright toffee apple red! It's a sweet-spicy-tart combination, loaded up with lashings of raspberry aromatics, layered over floral rosemary and oregano. It’s an unashamedly middleweight berry driven palate, bright as a button, and beautifully balanced with acid and very tidy old oak. It will definitely benefit from half an hour in the fridge during the height of summer, and is screaming to go with everything from spicy Mexican tacos, char sui pork or Peking duck, pasta, pizza, anything from the charcuterie cupboard. Who said you can’t grow Grenache in the high country!


Our 2019 Megan Jane is our third Grenache release from our Eden Valley single vineyard.

Megan has been an integral part of our Brockenchack team since our inception and we felt it only fitting to honour her ongoing dedication by naming this wine after her.

History of excellence:

2018 |Silver- 2020 Melbourne International Wine Competition |Silver- 2020 New Zealand International Wine Show | 

2017 | Gold- 2019 Melbourne International Wine Competition | Eden Valley Grenache Winery of the Year – 2019 Melbourne International Wine Competition

Being named Eden Valley Grenache Winery of the Year at the 2019 Melbourne International Wine Show, for our first release Grenache, was a huge achievement for our family. This recognition is something we will always be immensely proud of and it goes a long way toward proving that the quality of our vineyard is something very special and indeed capable of producing world class wine varieties, outside of our region’s renowned Riesling and Shiraz.

2019 Vintage Summary:

The 2019 vintage overall produced very high quality, but lower/limited supply, with the Barossa region as a whole down between 50-80% on the prior year, and some vineyards not picking at all. This was due to high winds and spring frosts affecting flowering, followed by very hot, dry conditions in January and February. 2019 will be the lowest-yielding Barossa harvest of the past decade.

Our Brockenchack vineyard however was only down 20% due to great care and management. We believe this is attributed to several factors, including the addition of both nutrients, plus cow and chicken manures, added rotationally to the vines directly and via irrigation each year. Good soil moisture kept our vines healthy in the hot spells thanks to irrigating at the right times - in spring before budding and again at flowering - coupled with our under vine mulching to retain this moisture for longer, resulting in healthy crops throughout the rest of the growing season. 

The lower yields will result in Grenache, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon with great colour, intense flavours from the concentrated fruit and firm tannin structure. This will be one of the great vintages, despite the lower yields.

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