We definitely didn’t blend by mistake but were certainly surprised how with well it all worked. Five years in and we know what the Agent looks like – if not always what grapes will be needed to create it.
|Winemaker's Notes||Primary colours are blended to make an array of many other colours. When we lay out the parts of the Agent the strong character of each base wine is like a primary colour – there’s something very special about the various shades of flavour that come to light when we blend these parts.|
|Drink||Now through 2 years|
|Bouquet||An enormous, over the top lift of raspberry, musk, roses and denim.|
|Palate||The palate is a cherry stone sucking, raspberry seed crunching, watermelon seed spitting hayride of punchy sweet fruit. Notes of sweet tobacco and the caramel of crusty fresh bread.|
|Food Match||Tea Smoked Duck with plum sauce, or Mixed mushroom 5-spice steamed buns.|
|Analysis||ALC: 14.8% TA: 5.9 PH: 3.51 RS: <2.0g/L|