"An abyss of black pepper on the nose, with some whiffs of white cotton. Imagine strapping an eight-cylinder engine to a basket full of berries and black peppercorns and watching it go: That's what this wine tastes like. It's full-throttle and fruit-ripe, with lifted fruit, spice and black pepper on the finish."
The sparkling Gulf of St. Vincent, named afer the patron of viticulture, washes the shore of McLaren Vale, a rich basin of vineyards specialising in Grenache, Shiraz and Mourvedre for over 150 years. Combined with the constant maritime humidity, the ancient weathered soils here feed these varieties unusually intense, soft, and soulful
flavours. And this blend's succulent chocolate wholesomeness gives heart to the name of our estate: in Aboriginal,
Yangarra means "from the earth." Literally.