A wine that is both rich and fragrant on the nose, beguiling if not enticing


A beautifully balanced palate that has length to burn.

Growing Conditions

2014 was a classic Margaret River red wine vintage with a cold and wet start to spring conditions, leading into a dry and eventually hot early summer. The conditions in summer were warm and dry with February / March having limited very hot days ensuring that the grapes were perfectly ripe and concentrated in flavour due to the longer season.


Handpicked early one morning.


This was an exceptional vintage for our Cabernet Franc in terms of flavour and concentration. The wine was curated by Clive Otto and Kate Morgan and fermented in a closed vat and continuously “pumped over” to extract colour and tannins softly, with ferment being completed after 12 days. The wine was pressed and placed in French oak barrels and stored for 20 months.

Food Pairing

A meal with game as supporting the experience – roasted deer or duck would be perfect.