A wonderful bouquet of strawberry, dried herb and delicate floral scents.


The palate is light bodied showing subtle red berry flavours with a
touch of sweetness to round out a delicate rosé style wine.

Growing Conditions

Vintage 2013 began with some wild weather during the Spring flowering
season, affecting crop yields by approximately 20 per cent. Growing conditions
for the remainder of the ripening phase were warm, sunny and at times hot
in the lead up to Christmas, allowing for full maturity of the whites without
harsh heat or storm damage. The ‘Indian Summer’ we experienced throughout
Autumn extended the ripening period of our red varieties, allowing for full
flavours and sugar development. Bird pressure was low early on in the season
due to the abundant Marri tree blossoming, however became more of an issue
late in the harvest period.
Our whites were mostly picked during March with the remainder of the harvest
and the red grape varieties coming in during the month of April. The warm
weather in the lead up to harvest ensured good natural acidity, flavour ripeness
and beautiful, aromatic fruit. Another wonderful Margaret River season.


Shiraz fruit from the Wildberry vineyard is delivered to the winery where it is
crushed and de-stemmed to the press. Following approx four hours skin contact
time the skins are assessed for colour extraction and pressed when a vibrant
pink hue is achieved.
The pressed juice is clarified in tank prior to fermentation with a selected yeast.
A cool, slow fermentation follows to allow for maximum flavour and aroma
retention in the final wine.
Following fermentation the wine spends a short amount of time on lees to
further develop texture and complexity prior to filtration and bottling in August
of the vintage year.


Pale salmon.