Our Langhorne Creek vineyard in South Australia provides fertile soils of predominantly deep, alluvial sandy loams that vary in colour from red-brown to dark grey, with patches of black. This soil type promotes vine vigour, generous canopies and cropping levels. Only 30m in altitude, this vineyard is exposed to onshore southerly winds blowing directly from the Southern Ocean across Lake Alexandrina. The prevailing southerlies reduce daytime temperature fluctuations.
This wine is immediately accessible, soft and fragrant. Nose lifted spice, cedar, mocha, ripe briary fruits and toast nuances from American oak maturation. Palate is rich and ripe briary fruits that continue to linger., will reward generously with cellaring over 5 years