Fragrant rose petal notes, mushroom, marzipan, red current, earthiness and savoury herbs.
Classic Old-World notes complemented by tobacco leaf.
Red cherries, mushroom, marzipan and forest undergrowth characters all combine to produce a complex medium bodied savoury wine with natural acidity and matching tannin structure that is crying out for food with olive oil!Winemaking Notes
The Victorian Pyrenees region, where this fruit is from, has become renowned for producing some of Australia’s finest Nebbiolo wines. This variety most famously produces the great Barolo wines of Italy, but appears to have found a new home in the Pyrenees’ Mediterranean like climate. The 2021 growing season, in the Pyrenees, was ideal for red wines, providing ideal rains in spring, a mild summer, then a warm dry autumn to finish. The 2021 Nebbiolo was fermented to dryness, and then given 1-week extended maceration on skins, in open fermenters. Subsequently, the wine was matured in older French oak before bottling in February 2023
Can be enjoyed now or cellared for the next 3- 5 years.