A cool, uncertified, biodynamically grown vineyard high in the southern Adelaide Hills, elevation of 400m, Yakka territory . Hand picked, natural ferment, old oak, unfined and un-filtered.
Lifted herbs, black cherries, earthy and savoury
Primitivo responds well to the hot days and cool nights of Langhorne Creek. This wine is generous and opulent, like a 1970's shag pile carpet.
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Violets, star anise, brambles, sour cherry and a tantalising grip.
Nero d’Avola, the black grape native to Sicily has found it’s spiritual home right here in McLaren Vale, one of the best grape variety/region matches I have encountered.
Nero grows particularly well in the Vale's mediterranean climate and its proximity to the mid-coast. Rich, succulent, red and black fruits with a silky, textural finish. Delicious drinking.
The most versatile and food friendly grape of all the Italian varietals. A bright, fragrant and savoury, medium bodied red.
The vineyards offer up some different characters as per the landscape - more fragrance, perfume and drive from Piccadilly and Lenswood, with some depth and generosity from Gumeracha.
While crunchy and bright it also has a touch of savouriness to finish off.
Red and dark fruits, a little savoury on the finish. Vibrant and silky.