Medium bodied with lovely, complex flavour length, this wine sits firmly in the elegant section, (I'll have another glass of that wine thanks), of Australian Shiraz styles. Exotic flavours and fine structure.
- VIC - Geelong
Light crimson-purple; a highly fragrant spicy bouquet leads into an elegant palate that is no more than medium-bodied, but has very good mouthfeel to the flavours hovering between raspberry and blackberry.
Rating 93- Drink by 2020 Ben Edwards - 2012 Australian Wine Companion
Juicy, come hither style Geelong Shiraz that sits around or just over medium bodied. The vineyard in question has been farmed organically for around 8 years now, with some biodynamic input as well. Attention to detail goes a long way in viticulture and winemaking. Essence of plum and cherry yet freshness is retained. Cool climate white pepper and some very tasty pan juices make this a tantalising proposition. Hints of anise and charcoal too. The French oak sits behind the fruit comfortably, providing support where needed and contributing to fine, chalky tannin. Controlled generosity. Really enjoyed drinking this. 93/100 Very Good - Excellent Jeremy Pringle - Wine Will Eat Itself
Winery Tasting Notes
Bright crimson red.
Spicy fruit aromas of redcurrants and raspberry are underpinned by a clove-like french oak influence.
Elegant and fresh fruit flavours true to the bouquet are evident across the medium bodied palate. A fine grained tannin and natural acid skeleton neatly cuts the fleshy fruit charcters throughout a persistent long finish.
Pasta with veal ragu, soft cheeses, barbecued meats.