Region: McLaren vale
Bottle size: 750 ml
Eyes: Deep red magenta with a brick red, purple hue.
Nose: Cedar, nutty oak note with vanilla and black fruits that is reminiscent of mulberry and blackberry. A touch of liquorice, cedar y oak and crisp acidity and alcohol lift adds complexity.
Mouth: Ripe and fleshy up front 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.
Recommended food pairings: Steak, lamb roasts and hearty stews.
Winemaker: Nick Haselgrove
Growing conditions: 2013 was another benchmark vintage for McLaren Vale with ripe, rich plush wines being made still with good natural acidity.
Winemaking notes: 2017 was a cool, long ripening season for McLaren Vale with ripe, bright and elegant wines being made still with good acidity.
Drinking window: 2018 – 2022
Detailed Tasting notes