-2023 Australian Alternative Varieties Wine Show
It has a delightful smoothness mid-palate, followed by a wake-up of tangy acidity and a rasp of dusty tannins. Perfect slightly chilled on a warm summer’s day poured with wood-fired ‘nduja pizza and torn burrata.
-Melissa Moore, winepilot.com
You’d be happy drinking this. It’s super fresh but there’s enough flavour to satisfy. Cherries and boysenberry, perhaps some fennel, along with whispers of assorted woodsy/sweet spice, and florals. Acidity keeps everything running freely along, and it holds it shape well through the finish. Good wine.
-Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front
This is good. Snappy freshness, edgy tannins and a savoury profile of dark cherry amaro, dried thyme, mint and a smear of licorice. A dry, mid-weighted table wine, protean and lively, crying out for food. An everyday go-to.
-Ned Goodwin, Halliday Wine Companion
Splendidly structured by bright acidity and fine tannins, finishing long and pleasingly dry.
-Sam Kim, Wine Orbit
...this is bright and fruit forward and thoroughly gluggable... Balance and lightness are the key to this wines success. A perfect afternoon tipple.
-Paul Edwards, The West Australian