A wine of character and one Daniel has been producing since 2009. Bursts of tamarillo, plums and spice and a vibrant finish. This wine has that bigger body that suits it towards the red meats or heartier dishes
Light hint of florals, petrichor, and wet stone on first breath followed by a wave of blueberry, blackberry, violets and brambly dark heady notes. The palate has a rich attack of plum and dense tannin. The midpalate is chalky with dusty tannins and finishes with fresh, lingering acidity, leaving edgy and drying tannins on the palate, reflective of the famous Gimblett Gravels soil.