Aromas of wet earth with a compote of berries and fine nuances of dried bay leaf.


There is a freshness to this wine
that is the perfect foil to the dusty earthy notes. the oak is gentle with soft tannins, spice notes and a long complex finish.

Growing Conditions

Margaret River had an outstanding above average rainfall through the winter and spring months. Spring's
exceptional conditions allowed the gentle warming and for fruit set. Continuing on with dry and warm days through to April
provided excellent quality with incredibly fresh and vibrant wine from the region.


March 2012


June 2013


The fruit was hand harvested and transported to the winery where it was cooled overnight and hand sorted.
Maceration lasted for 6 weeks with minimal pump overs and temperatures ranging for 12-27C. The wine was pressed to tank and
allowed to settle for 7 days prior to oak maturation. A range of coopers were used in the wine’s development.

Food Pairing

Slow braised lamb rib