The Clare Valley was settled in the 1950s by Irish, English, Polish and German immigrants. These first settlers planted vines which flourished, with the Clare Valley gaining a reputation for producing the finest wines.
Dark red plum in colour.
Inviting and welcoming nose. Blending at its best. Lifted characters of cranberry, cinnamon and cloves with nuances of spearmint and rosemary.
A medium bodied but generous palate of chocolate, mocha, cassis and blackberry. With an underlying current of sage and sandal wood.
A wine created to be enjoyed upon release and will benefit from short term cellaring.