Tryst by Nepenthe Shiraz Cabernet 2012 (6 x 750mL), Adelaide, SA.

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In making the Tryst, we are looking to craft a wine that complements and enhances a wide range of foods; it is an easy going, versatile dinner companion!

The Tryst Red is a fresh approachable wine that blends ripe red berry fruit flavours from Shiraz with savoury blackberry notes from Cabernet Sauvignon. An adaptable companion for any occasion.

SA - Adelaide / Adelaide Hills
South Australia

Winery Tasting Notes


Ruby red with a crimson hue


Ripe, raspberry and blackberry aromas combined with subtle spice and savoury notes from seasoned oak aging.


The palate is luscious and rich with ripe red and black berry fruit flavours from the Shiraz complemented by savoury blackberry notes from Cabernet Sauvignon. Tannins are soft and flavours are lingering.


Crafted for enjoying today in any time or place you choose.

Food Matching

Perfect with a range of dishes including tomato based pasta dishes, a wood fired pizza or traditional steak.

SA - Adelaide / Adelaide Hills
Grape Style
Shiraz Blends
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

Winery Profile

5 Red Star Winery - James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion 2014

Nepenthe quickly established its reputation as a producer of high quality wines, but when founder Ed Tweddell died unexpectedly in 2006, the business was purchased by McGuigan Simeon the following year. The winery was closed in 09, and winemaking operations transferred to Australian Vintage, McGuigan Simeons principal SA winery. (The Nepenthe winery has since been purchased by Peter Leske and Mark Kozned, and provides contract winemaking services via their Revenir venture.) Nepenthe has over 100ha of close-planted vineyards spread over four vineyards in the Adelaide Hills, with an exotic array of varieties. Exports to the UK, the US and other major markets.James Halliday

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