Minimum order of 1 case or 6 bottles (Mixed or straight)
Developed in partnership with the CSIRO, Tarrango was well ahead of its time when Brown Brothers first pioneered the light-bodied red in 1965. A cross between the white Sultana grape and a red Portuguese variety called Touriga Nacional, Tarrango was the direct result of trial and experimentation – driven by our desire to create a unique wine varietal better suited to thrive in the hot, arid climate of Australia.
In the glass this wine is juicy, light, and inherently drinkable; ripe with delicious fruit flavour and natural acidity. Best served chilled.
If you have trouble finding that perfect wine for Indian food, look no further. The fruity flavours of the Tarrango are ideal with the spices and heat in Indian curries. Because of Tarrango's versatility it is also fantastic with a wide range of BBQ meats (including seafood) and vegetables.
2023 Australian Inland Wine Show
2023 Global Organic & Vegan Masters
Jeni Port, 2024 Halliday Wine Companion • 02/08/2023
"Looks the part in brilliant red cherry hues. Smells the part in confection-laced red berries and spice. Delivers a soft, smooth, easy-going vibe in red cherry, spice and boiled lolly, the latter becomes toned down when served chilled."
|Strawberry magenta colour.
|Lifted aromas of fresh berries, cherries and a hint of spice.
|Red berries and a delicate dry finish. This vintage is rich and juicy with a racy acidity.
|Best enjoyed young and fresh.
|The Tarrango grapes used to make this wine were grown at our Mystic Park vineyard in northwest Victoria. The fruit was harvested in the middle pat of March at a range of baumé levels from 11.3 to 11.9.