Colour: Deep ruby red magenta with a brick red hue.
Nose: Cedar and nutty oak note with a hint of vanilla with black fruits that are reminiscent of mulberry and raspberry.
Palate: Black fruits combine well with a solid mid palate highlighting oak tannin and flavour. Crisp acidity keeps the freshness and appeal of this full bodied style.
Potential: This vintage has excellent potential for aging
Foods: King Henry (very thick rib eye) Steak
Technical: Bottled April 2011 under screw cap, Alcohol 14.3%, pH 3.55, TA 6.68
Vintage: The 2009 vintage was a low yielding vintage with a hot summer and a cool Autumn.
Winemaking by Nick Haselgrove
Detailed Tasting Notes