Fruit for the wines in the Barwang Regional range is sourced from the emerging regions of Tumbarumba and Hilltops in New South Wales. Characterised by a multitude of steep slopes, rich basalt soils and high altitude, the conditions in these regions contribute greatly to providing a long ripening period that consistently produces grapes of exceptional flavour and tannin concentration.
- NSW - Other New South Wales
- New South Wales
Winery Tasting Notes
Vibrant red purple with crimson hues.
Spicy black pepper and dark plums dominate the lively nose. Balanced levels of fresh chocolate and nutmeg oak give complexity and lift.
Fleshy, fruit driven wine with dominant fruit flavours of rhubarb and black cherry, coupled with varietal black spice. Has a fine, long tannin finish with judicious oak use giving balance and length.
Drink with enjoyment now or up to 7 years from the vintage.
Roasted duck breast, tomato 'tatin' and green peas.