Colour: Deep cherry red.
Nose: Youthful aromatic of currant & cassis, mulberry and light leafiness.
Palate: Full to medium bodied in style with ripe fruits with a varietal lift and powdery tannin on the palate.
A rich palate showcases fruit and a crisp acid finish.
Potential: We would expect medium term cellaring.
Foods: Mature cheese plate with savoury biscuits.
Technical: Alcohol: 14.0% , pH 3.46, TA 6.28
Vintage: The 2017 vintage was cool allowing long ripening or hang time.
Winemaking by Nick Haselgrove
Four Stars, Winestate Magazine New Release Tasting, 2014
James Halliday’s 2016 Australian Wine Companion – Campbell Mattinson : 91 pts
Detailed Tasting Notes