With only 300 cases produced the Shiraz vineyard is planted in the ‘Stone Well’ parish on a small 280m rise below the western ridge of the Barossa Valley comprising a myriad of soil and rock types. It is these unique rocks and soils that help produce riper, plumper, sweeter fruited wine than surrounding vineyards, while still retaining acidity due to the higher limestone content of the soil.
“Perfume and seduction, vanilla cream, plum and apricot kernel, suggestion of marmalade, but kind of refined too. It’s silky and fruit sweet, glide and gloss, fine texture to the dense tannin, peach skin and red fruit, acidity sits neatly inside the wine, and the finish is long and fine. Pure Barossa.” 95 points – Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
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