Color: Deep garnet red.
Nose: Flashes of wet earth and black cracked-pepper. The nutmeg, along with the lemon zest, is
probably oak-derived. The nuttiness almost
definitely. Red-curranted fruits synergise with
complex, meaty (cold-cuts/carpaccio) secondary
Palate: An initial rush of juiciness and lush core fruits - rhubarb/plum/raspberry, underpinned by
mouthwatering acidity and a small measure of
stylish French oak. A firm finish, stylishly sealed
with fine, talc-like tannins. Youthful, beckoning
- confirming our earlier-release mantra for this
Coonawarra Shiraz style.