ask sample. Dry-farmed Cambrian schist. 50% cuttings from Hermitage recently put through quarantine and 50% Hermitage cuttings brought to Australia in the 19th century. Rainfall is well under the supposed minimum of 450 mm rainfall a year because the schist stores water. Very dark crimson. Meaty nose – nothing like classic Oz Shiraz. Smells of warm hay bales. Firm, classic and very stony finish keeps it very fresh. Lightly drying on the end but very appetising. Jancis Robinson
redcurrant, leather, red crushed berries with a hint of toffee, incense and curry.
this is a powerful and generous wine expressing itself with delicacy thanks to a very delicate tannic structure. Intense flavors of ripe fruits and spices combined to a fine acidity – a hyphen between richness and strength reflecting perfectly the terroir of Heathcote. ~homepage
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