Bright and loaded with aromas reminiscent of cassis, cherries and fresh dark plums and five spice. Plush layers of dark fruit flavours from rich cherry to mulberry, generous tannins and a finish lingering with liquorice and spice.
Peak Drinking: Delicious now and will continue to build complexity over the next 10 years if carefully cellared.
1 Gold, 6 Silver & 1 Bronze medal
“One of the famous names of the Barossa. It is a wine that has marvellous ageing potential. This one shows deep, rich, supple fruit with a thread of ripe tannins. It’s typically opulent and dense with so much packed into the chocolatey and slightly toasty palate.” 93 points, Ray Jordan
“Blackberry compote, a touch of mint essence, ﬁve spices and chocolate-covered dark cherries. Full body, loads of juicy tannins, a ﬁne line of fresh acidity and a chewy ﬁnish.” 92 points, James Suckling