Type of wine : Red Wine.
Varieties : Grenache 88%, Tempranillo 12%
Designation of Origin : McLaren Valley, Australia
Elaboration : Sandy soils at Blewitt Springs, McLaren Valey. Commonly referred to as 80 year old vines, or “Perpetual Octogenarians”, their pedigree of quality became more evident over the decades.
Ageing: 12 months in American oak barrels.
Alcohol content : 14.6 Vol.
Appearance : Bright colour with hints of dark berries.
Aroma : Lively and expressive on the nose. The Tempranillo adds dried spice notes.
Flavor : This Grenache Tempranillo blend captures true McLaren Vale characters; silky structure with subtle complexities making it a great food companion.