Deepest crimson with purple hues.
Primary fruit aromas of plums, raspberries and ripe blueberries mixed with aniseed and notes of spice from the use of oak.
The palate exhibits a complex mixture of spice and fruit. White pepper, juicy plums and ripe red berries are all evident and are well supported by seasoned French oak. The tannins are soft, round, persistent and very fleshy.
Drinking well now but will age over next 3–5 years.
The fruit for this not-quite southern Rhône blend was sourced from various mesoclimates throughout the Walcliffe area of the Margaret River wine region.The ferments were managed with a combination of plunging and pump overs. Some batches were basket pressed and then transferred to large seasoned oak barrels for maturation over 12–15 months.
Margaret River 100%
Wood roasted sirloin with harissa.