This wine has the classic, savoury/meaty notes with air it also shows plums and dark cherries. The palate offers good fruit silk and a large amount of gritty tannins. This is what Nebbiolo is all about. Drink now with some charcuterie or mature hard cheese or leave it for after 2024.
Two ex music industry types started making small batch wines from some of the most distinguished sites in Victoria. The quality of the wines proves their calling was definitely in the vineyard and winery. Their range is ever expanding and lots of experimentation makes for some seriously fun drinking.
Pyrenees – As the Great Dividing Range heads south into the Pyrenees foothills and ranges it helps to create a remarkable diversity of microclimates. A treasure that is tapped by the 40 or so vineyards in the region. The winemakers are known for crafting savoury, spicy reds with some aromatic whites being quite successful too.
Nebbiolo – Famously producing long lived red wines which are light of colour, but abundant in tannin, from Barolo, Barbaresco in Piedmont. This is the variety that defines the region. Typical flavours include: Tar, roses, anise, cherry, blackberry and truffle.