Deep red. The nose has some complex developed notes with roasted meats, aniseed and red capsicum. The palate is rich,...Read more...
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Big, round and fleshy, this is a great wine for under $20. Plums, Indian spices and herbs on the nose. The palette is lush with jammy black fruits, cinnamon and a hint of eucalyptus. Everything is leveled out with nice acidity.
Deep red. The nose has some complex developed notes with roasted meats, aniseed and red capsicum. The palate is rich, full bodied and enticing with plums, roasted capsicum and vegemite notes. The maturation in French oak has led to some subtle spice lift and a lovely roundness and richness on the palate. There are some fleshy tannins which will make this wine an ideal match to rich dishes, especially red meats or game. The flavours linger in the mouth.
Aged 18 months in French and American Oak.
Notes: tight grain French (85%), American (15%)
|Alcohol: 15%||pH: 3.5|
|Total Acidity: 6.8 grams per liter|
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