The grapes come from five regions within the Barossa Valley, they are Ebenezer, Greenock, Stockwell, Kalimna and Bethany. The low yielding vineyards are between 65 to 75 years old. The soils are mainly red/brown earth over dark red with a separating layer of chalky limestone. The yields for the 2016 were between 0.75 tons and 1 tonne to the acre.
A huge mouthful of chocolate, black cherry, plum and exotic spice fl avours pulling themselves together into a supple wine that actually strives for elegance, it’s all in the balance, which lets the rich flavours ride on a sleek track and linger beautifully. The texture is silky and mouth-filling with lively acid and fine tannins providing great balance and structure.