A Trip Advisor Number 1
“Things to do” in the Barossa Valley
2015, 2016 and 2017
If the famously ‘generous’ character of the Barossa unknown to you, then this is a wine that makes the case perfectly
There is nothing old-fashioned about this wine, but we bet our pioneering, Barossa growers would recognise its signature fruit, weight and length. Classic.
A wine bursting with aromas of ripe cherry and plum, backed with an array of sweet spice and liquorice notes.
Leather, spice, wet stones, earth, mint… this is a wine as much about landscape and surroundings as it is grapes and vines.