Barossa Classics

2022 Jutland Barossa Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre (GSM)

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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.

The Hundred of Jutland is a hundred of the County of Sturt in South Australia within the Barossa, on the east Mount Lofty Ranges foothills. Rich Barossa heritage where our grapes are sourced for this supple and sophisticated wine.

Tasting Notes


Dark cherry red with plum hue.


Redcurrant and strawberries with cream aromas, have a hint of violets on the nose.


The harmonious palate blends the three varieties together with flavours of plum, strawberries and dark chocolate. Velvet tannins are soft and elegant.

Food Pairing:

Perfect for antipasti, pork ribs and ripe soft cheese
Technical Info



Titratable Acidity:

6.3 g/l






Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre


35% Grenache, 34% Shiraz, 31% Mourvèdre sourced from the Barossa Valley


At its best: now to 2029.
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2022 Jutland Barossa Grenache Shiraz Mourvedre (GSM) Reviews

This is splendidly expressed on the nose, showing dark berry, rich floral, mixed spice and toasted almond aromas. The palate delivers succulent fruit flavours with excellent weight backed by supple texture and polished tannins. Beautifully rounded yet wonderfully structured with a persistent flavoursome finish. At its best: now to 2032. July 2023.

Rating: 94 points

Wine Orbit, Sam Kim

No Barossa range would be complete without a GSM. On the nose you get a fragrant mix of raspberries and dark plum with a slight hint of pepper and sage bush. Then the palate has its turn, delivering a soft and supple medium bodied flavour combo of such appeal. So silky smooth and supple throughout. Score: 93/100. Cellar: 7 years

Rating: 93 points

Wine Pilot, Ray Jordan

Jutland GSM Barossa Valley 2022 – An excellent example of the Barossa version of that classic Rhone blend of Grenache, Shiraz and Mourvedre (although I would imagine the powers that be are reviewing Simon Adams’ Barossa visa for calling it ‘Mourvedre’ and not ‘Mataro’). Named after the Hundred of Jutland, a district within the Barossa, which in turn was named after the Battle of Jutland, which took place in 1916 off Denmark (both sides, Great Britain and Germany, claimed victory. The British Navy was under the command of Admiral Jellicoe, later appointed First Sea Lord, so perhaps we have our connection to the Riesling). The wine saw French oak for 18 months.
Deep, dark purple. This is an exuberant style, with plenty of earthy notes, dry herbs, cherries, black fruits, leather and cloves. Soft palate, but the richness continues throughout. Fine tannins, though they are quite abundant. Decent length here. The palate reveals more of a dark chocolatey nature. It is perhaps a little more burly than some of the GSMs we see, but none the worse for that. Four to six years. 92.

Rating: 92 points

Wine Pilot, Ken Gargett

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