A portion of this fruit comes from a vineyard of the same name which was planted
between 1971 and 1975 in a fertile area between Lyndoch and Williamstown. The
remaining fruit was sourced from other premium vineyards in the Barossa and
- SA - Barossa
- South Australia
Fermented in a mix of open pots, small and large static fermenters, the first two basket-pressed, the third airbag pressed, matured in French oak (28% new) for 16 months. A well made, medium to full-bodied shiraz with luscious black fruits in a swathe of ripe tannins and oak. Will go whatever distance you decide on. 92 Points - James Halliday - Published on 06 Oct 2016
Winery Tasting Notes
Deep red with vibrant purple hues.
Aromas of pure blackcurrant dominate on the nose, with underlying mulberry and blackberry and hints of licorice and spice.
The palate is typical cabernet with bold, chalky tannins as the backbone, combined with rich black fruit flavours complemented by complex cedar notes that persist on the finish. This is a masculine style of Cabernet, bold in every way!
The rich, complex and supple characters of this wine are a delicious match to roast leg of lamb, or braised beef.