The serious stuff:
The Tempranillo for this wine was sourced from high on the slopes of the spectacular Ferguson Valley overlooking the Indian Ocean, in the Geographe wine region of Western Australia.
Fruit was picked in the cool of night and very gently pressed for 24 hours and only the free run juice was retained for vinification and fermented for 4 months in older French oak with light lees stirring and subsequently racked off lees prior to bottling.
But, what does it taste like?
Spicy, rustic and fragrant at once. Rose petals and Turkish Delight dance with gay abandon in the same chorus line with Strawberry and that cheeky number Cherry. A hint of trademark Tempranillo tannin rounds of a long and satisfying wine.
A vinous juxtaposition.