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96 Points
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5 Red Star Rated Winery
Penfolds Bin 138 Barossa Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2021

Penfolds Bin 138 Barossa Grenache Shiraz Mataro 2021


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Customer reviews
Why to buy:

  • 96 Point Rated Ken Gargett 

  • 95 Point Rated Tyson Stelzer

  • 95 Point Rated Ray Jordan

  • 18+/20 Points  Matthew Jukes

Vintage: 2021

Barossa Valley, South Australia 

Grape Variety: Grenache Shiraz
Cellaring: Drink now or cellar up to 2035
Bottle Top: Stelvin
Alcohol Content: 14.50
Standard Drinks: 8.60
Rating: 96
Tasting Notes:

All three varietals play a complementary role. There is a lovely juby fruit like flavour profile, not over-ripe in the least. Exotic black and red fruits abound: lingonberries, logan berries, olallieberries, red currants. Green tomato salsa and lemon myrtle olives add a savoury dimension. The acidity is taught and bright, while the tannins are very fine. The wine has a lovely structure and is already drinking beautifully. Offers plenty of versatility for food pairing.


Winter rainfall was 20% below the long-term average primarily due to low rainfall experienced in the month of July. However, a wetter than average August contributed to healthy soil moisture profiles for the commencement of the growing season. Spring temperatures were slightly warmer than average with excellent climatic conditions for budburst and flowering. The region recorded 21 days of summer temperatures >35°C. Apart from a few wet days in early February, the predicted La Nina failed to impact the Barossa Valley in any significant way. The temperatures from January to March were like the long-term average, with February slightly cooler. The mild conditions made for an orderly harvest, with each varietal ripening with optimal flavour, tannin and acid profiles. An excellent vintage for the Barossa Valley.

Grenache (50%), Shiraz (44%), Mataro (6%) 

Accolades & Awards:

96 Point Rated  - Ken Gargett
"The colour is a vibrant deep purple and there is an utterly gorgeous nose with depth and early complexity. Blackcurrants, black cherries, warm earth, mocha, new leather, violets and spices, this is taut, balanced, seamless and seductive. Arabica coffee bean notes emerge on the palate, along with a hint of a bitter almond character on the finish."

95 Point Rated - Tyson Stelzer
"Penfolds blends Bin 138 just before bottling rather than maturing in barrel 'as grenache can either rise or fall in barrel!' The cool 2021 season has set off Barossa grenache with delightful fragrance and exciting, vibrant acid drive, wonderfully enlarged with the depth, structure and black fruit presence of shiraz and mataro. Dark chocolate oak provides well executed support, setting off a frame of firm, fine-grained tannins for the long-haul. One of the greatest Bin 138s yet."

95 Point Rated - Ray Jordan
"In good years this wonderful blend from the Barossa excels. This was a very good Barossa vintage, and it contributes to a bright, high energy wine bursting with vibrant red fruit dominated characters. A classic combination and consistently one of the best value wines in the Penfolds portfolio. Has so much happening from the first intake on the nose. Red berry, spices and cracked black pepper with a trace of balsamic. The palate is smooth and seamless integrated with a fine but thread of tannin."

18+/20 Points  Matthew Jukes