I am convinced that Gundagai can produce some of the best red wines in the country.
The wine has a lovely perfume of red fruits, and treads a very fine line between bold power and elegant restraint. The palate is warm hearted and generous with flavours of rich red berries and dark chocolate. The tannins are soft and supple and the length is incredibly long. I am very proud of this wine.
Winemaking: Both the Shiraz and the Grenache were picked together in the vineyard, de-stemmed and fermented together in a small 1 tonne open fermenter. The fermentation occurred spontaneously with indigenous yeast and the cap hand plunged three times per day. The fruit was lightly pressed to old 500 litre puncheons for 12 months of maturation and bottled without filtration.