The grapes for this wine are grown on a small selection of sites, the majority being around the Margaret River’s flagship Wilyabrup sub-region close to the Indian Ocean.
The soils vary from sandy to laterite gravel, which both allow for restricted vine yield. The variances between these premium vineyard sites together with selective blending provides Ringbolt with much of its complexity.
- WA - Margaret River
- Western Australia
Winery Tasting Notes
The wine is deep crimson red in colour.
This wine displays a lively blend of cherries, musk and nuances of fine oak on the nose.
The palate is complex and textured, opening with bramble fruit yielding to a rich palate reminiscent of well conched Belgium chocolate. The finish is long and fine grained.
Enjoy this wine now or with careful cellaring through to 2022.
Great with Angus beef topped with garlic marron, Steak & Lake as it’s known in Margaret River.