This wine highlights the suitability of Grenache, Mataro and Shiraz to some of the direst regions in the Barossa. The fruit if forked into their 1880's wooden Bagshaw de-stemmer before fermenting in open slate tanks. The 1890's Robinson Basket Press slowly squeezes the remaining juice form the grapes before the individual components are left to mature in seasoned oak casks. When the final blend comes together, layers of soft, savoury, spicy flavours are emerging and will continue to be developed with a handful more years in bottle.
Food & Wine Pairing
||A great food and wine pairing creates a balance between the components of a dish and the characteristics of a wine.