Yes sir, yes sir! Three key McLaren Vale grapes loaded with flavour to the top of the bag and all the way down the lane. Deliciously lifted, driven, and deep.
|Winemaker's Notes||Grenache is a great solo artist, and also strong enough to happily share the stage. The subtle interplay of Grenache, Shiraz and Mataro leaves no second fiddles in this trio. It’s just a matter of fine tuning how much and where.|
|Bouquet||A shifting tantalising lift of violets, raspberries, white pepper, sage, and charcuterie. Both savoury and sweet.|
|Palate||It skips along a tightrope spanning lush fresh fruit and assertive tannin to achieve a remarkable balance. The three fruits stride in lockstep; fresh, racy, dramatic, and backed by an excellent selection of French cooperage.|
|Food Match||Butter-basted ribeye with crunchy fennel salad, or an Oyster mushroom and leek risotto.|
|Analysis||TA: 6.1 g/L, pH: 3.62, ALC: 14.8%,|