The palate has impressive weight and texture at the forefront. It is powerfully fruited in the black and blue fruit spectrum, combined with cacao, roasted coffee bean and anise. The length is infinite and defined by bright acidity, powder-like tannins and diligent oak.
Intensely vibrant, textural, and opulent on the palate. Burnt lemon, lychee and lime sherbet combine almond meal, nutmeg, and vanilla notes.
Grapefruit, pear, nougat, brioche, cinnamon & graphite. Wine with incredible poise and presence, with a long life ahead.
This is a fine example of a bottle fermented sparkling wine made using traditional techniques. Sourced from the Leeuwin Estate home block vineyards in the Margaret River region of Western Australia, the fruit was harvested and processed at the winery where the individual parcels were gently pressed with low yield to express the finest quality from the estate.