The inky blackcurrant and boysenberry fruit is lifted by violet and menthol notes, with smooth tannins still providing plenty of grip. The finish is long and rich.
Blackcurrant and cherry aromas, enhanced by a rich palate showing hints of liquorice and cedar with well-integrated tannins. An excellent alternative to Bordeaux.
The nose is floral with hints of five spice, plum, cherry and blackcurrant, with dinstinctive smoky, meaty undertones. The palate is generous, displaying juicy fruit with a firm palate structure.
Easy drinking, with spicy dark-fruit aromas and lashings of plum and blackberry fruit with hints of cedar on the palate, leading on to a smooth finish. Perfect for Sunday roasts or a summer barbecue.
The nose is dominated by fresh raspberry and cherry characters with hints of savoury, earthy complexity. These all follow through to the palate which is soft and supple. Long, mouth-watering finish.