Colour: Deep burgundy with a distinctive purple hue.
Nose: Fresh and zippy showing blended complexity. Blue fruits with a hint of lavender and Turkish delight around a core of spicy aromatics.
Palate: Up front blue fruits, verging to dark cherry combine well with a solid mid palate highlighting light oak tannin and flavour. Distinct crisp, mouth-watering acidity keeps the freshness and appeal of this juicy, medium bodied style.
Potential: This vintage has produced fruity well structured wines that have medium to long term cellaring potential.
Foods: Rosemary lamb rack, margarita pizza or maybe stinky cheese.
Technical: Bottled March , 2021 under screw cap, Alcohol 14.5%, pH 3.46, TA 6.37
Vintage: 2019 was a warmer, long ripening, yet textbook regional vintage.
Winemaking: Nick Haselgrove
Detailed Tasting Notes