Tasting Notes

This doesn't need cellaring, although it will last some distance, and it doesn't need hours in a decanter. Just enjoy it; it is lighter-framed, laced with neat tannins, bright acidity and with a core of succulent fruit abetted by prosciutto and woodsy spices. Importantly, this has drinkability stamped all over it. Tasted October 2019. Jane Faulkner for James Halliday

Winery Note - Violets, raspberry coulis and the beautiful perfume of fresh berries. The nose is intoxicating. It’s all about the purity of the fruit with the added complexity of a bush track in summer. Medium-bodied, velvety, plush, even and long. Lovely earthy tannins clean up the finish. Nothing overblown, all in balance. While this wine is ready for immediate drinking, it will also reward cellaring over the next ten years.