The grapes for this wine were selected from old vines in the famous wine district of Langhorne Creek.
It has an amazing lifted bouquet of blackberries with a touch of mocha. The ageing in oak for 15 months has enhanced the mouth-feel of this wine, which is rich and smooth, and offers a lovely soft finish with polished tannins.
Best consumed over the next 3-4 years and will drink even more dangerously paired with roast lamb.
"... a wine with altogether superior definition of the blend, courtesy of clear blackcurrant fruit and fine-grained tannins." James Halliday
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