Barossa Classics

2023 Margret Eden Valley Barossa Pinot Grigio

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The Barossa is Australia’s most famous wine region.
Thankfully, it has also been my home since 1980 and I have been fortunate to be amongst an amazing group of people here – winemakers, vignerons and of course friends.

Margret was my Grandmother and this wine with its nashi pear, hints of stone fruits and zesty green apple is made in memory of my Nanna’s home-made baked apple pie on a Sunday afternoon.

Tasting Notes


Bright straw with green grey edges.


Elegantly expressed, the inviting bouquet shows rockmelon and mandarins with Jasmine and fresh pear..


A juicy palate, finely textured with citrus and pome fruits. Beautifully rounded, offering flowing mouthfeel and bright fruit flavours. Serve chilled to enjoy its refreshment

Food Pairing:

An adaptable wine that is suited as an aperitif, or with roast chicken, right through to desserts of apple pie for Nanna Margret
Technical Info



Titratable Acidity:

5.82 g/l






Pinot Grigio / Pinot Gris


Pinot Grigio (also known as Pinot Gris) sourced from the Eden Valley in the Barossa


At its best: now to 2025.
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2023 Margret Eden Valley Barossa Pinot Grigio - Pinot Grigio - Sorby Adams Wines

2023 Margret Eden Valley Barossa Pinot Grigio Reviews

94 points

Rating: 94 points

Wine Showcase Magazine

Pristine and elegant, the finely scented bouquet shows white flesh stone fruit, ripe pear, lemon peel and jasmine aromas, leading to a linear palate delivering excellent fruit purity with fine texture and well-pitched acidity, finishing long and vibrant. At its best: now to 2026. July 2023.

Rating: 93 points

Wine Orbit Sam Kim

Margret Eden Valley Pinot Gris 2023 – Margret was Simon Adam’s mother and the zesty apple notes of her baked apple pie reminded Simon of the crisp apple notes in this wine. My grandmother also made a superb apple pie (of which I ate far too many), so I know exactly what he means. Margret did not have, as far as I am aware, anything to do with the discovery of Neptune (personally, star in the sky or star in the kitchen – I know where my vote goes). Very pale straw in colour, this is a refined style of Pinot Gris, exhibiting some elegance. Spices, citrus, grapefruit and pears, along with those crisp apple notes, this has good punch but never loses that elegance. Excellent persistence here. Enjoy this over the next four to five years. A really good Pinot Gris. I would say enjoy it with your best apple pie but that would be too easy and I suspect it would go better with fresh barramundi in any event. 92.

Rating: 92 points

Wine Pilot, Ken Gargett

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