2012 was an unusual year in South Australia. The 2010 drought finally ended, leading into a cooler
than average growing season. For Shiraz, slower development means deep, rich, concentrated flavors
while still maintaining great balance and acidity. The aromas of cocoa, warm spice and dark fruit
are very powerful from the first whiff. In the mouth, the wine is layered with rich blackberry, dark
cherries and hints of dark, creamy chocolate ganache. The finish lingers on, hanging on your palette
while the fruit and spice flavors slowly change and fade.