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What a follow-up to the remarkable 2018 debut. The high perfumed notes strike immediately and almost define what is to follow. It’s a very pretty wine with more seductive perfumed notes than the 2018, most likely a result of the slightly cooler vintage. There is about 12 per cent mourvedre in the blend and all the fruit comes off the Swinney bush vines. Only large-format seasoned oak has been used. A striking wine of refinement and power that delivers with an effortless deft touch. This is a modern grenache with a distinctive Frankland stamp. 98 pts Ray Jordan, The West Australian, February 2021
Nick Ryan, @nickryanwine, January 2021
2019 Farvie Grenache and Syrah not only follow on from the attention grabbing 18's but extend already high expectations.