• Bright crimson in colour with strong lifted fruit aromatics. Prune and chocolate on the palate within a luscious medium bodied texture and long seamless finish. Fine tannins in generous support. Very typically Blewitt Springs Shiraz.
  • Powerful fruit expression in a very powerful Merlot. Plum and blackberry leap out of the glass then the palate pulls them back into a very rich and complex structure lined with chalky tannins in great balance within the wine. One for the sceptics.
  • Pepper and blackcurrant in abundance with touches of cedar and just the right amount leafy acidity. Tannins are strong but not intrusive and are embedded in a wine that will age well for many years but is drinking beautifully now.
  • Spice, tobacco, cedar and earth in a wine that is representative of it's varietal signature of red fruits. Good acidity and bright bouquet with fine tannins it is a wine that has great line and length and will age well.