'From a single vineyard dating back to 1905. Spends 14 days on skins, which is how Trebbiano likes it, in my opinion.
Golden colour and texture like sun. I’m thinking mandarin and cumquats, honey, jasmine, maybe peach and cinnamon. It’s fleshy and powdery in texture, juicy and fruity, but nutty and saline too, the finish long and chalky with a subdued Wrigley’s Juicy Fruit gum aftertaste. Oh, and lemon. Magic.' - 94 points. Gary, Walsh, Wine Front
Hand picked, crushed into small 500kg fermenters for 14 days skin then basket pressed to seasoned French oak for for 16 months to build texture, weight and complexity. A lovely delicate and yet very complex dry styling with lifted stone fruits, citrus florals and grapefruit. Flavours of zesty lemon, nuts, grapefruit and stone fruits that persists to a savoury delightful finish most suited to shell fish and white meats.
- Barossa Valley