Tasting Note September, 2022
Colour: Deep burgundy with brick red hue.
Nose: Blue fruits with a hint of lavender and Turkish delight around a core of plum and mulberry blue fruits and light spicy aromatic.
Palate: A ripe medium bodied style. Crisp, fresh acidity and a fleshy palate are showcase the region with lingering fruit notes.
Potential: This vintage has medium to long term cellaring potential.
Foods: Lamb rack with rosemary and thyme, margarita pizza or maybe washed rind cheese.
Technical: Bottled August, 2022 under screw cap, Alcohol 14.4%, pH 3.34, TA 6.1
Vintage: 2021 was lauded by many as an outstanding vintage with long hang time and moderate yields.
Winemaking: Nick Haselgrove
Released November, 2022 @ RRP$25
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