August 28, 2017 · by vinonotebook
From the very good 2015 Hunter Valley vintage. All varieties interplanted in 2010 in the Broke Fordwich sub region of the Hunter Valley.
Earthy, fruity, come-hither aromas with thick rose petals, smoky blue fruits, dusty gravel and just-sweet chocolate. Full palate, with juicy blood orange acidity under pinning sumptuous red and blue fruits. While the alcohol is creeping up there, it stays balanced. A finish of dusty tannin wraps up a very neat drinking wine.
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