It was the legendary Grange that Max Schubert declared as his greatest triumph!
Now, more than four decades later, the legendary Penfolds 1971 Grange has topped a tasting of the world’s greatest wines of the 1970s, beating some of France’s most famous wine estates on the way.
Wines worth in excess of $500,000 were sourced from around the world, at a special event commissioned by European luxury magazine publisher FINE and website tastingbook.com. Judges from nine different countries were on hand to assess and score the wines. Penfolds 1971 Grange topped the list, scoring 98.5 out of a possible 100 points.