Fun, elegant and incredibly charming... Soft and cruchy acidity, wild strawberries, rhubarb and musk. An elegant, delicate and carefree wine to be enjoyed young, slightly chilled...
Bright and pretty with notes of red cherry, redcurrant and a splash of cranberry. Hints of amaro herbs, spice, marzipan, candied citrus rind, pressed flowers and red licorice. Light in body with a sense of space and detail, lovely crunchy fruit and a pulsating line, it's great value drinking.
-Dave Brooks, Halliday Wine Companion
Fresh acidity, an elegant structure and savoury tannins you’ll find in spades with this smart little wine...The kind of wine that would disappear in a heartbeat with a mid-week roast pumpkin and chorizo pizza. The wine’s natural tannin and firm acidity means you’ll be equipped to handle spice and some heat!
-Matt Dunne, winepilot.com
...the perfect food wine for summer and, like most Sangioveses, it is a dream come true when paired with food. Some pizza to pasta to a slow-cooked meat dish, this wine is sure to be at home. I can see this becoming a staple throughout summer...
...from grapes grown at Macclesfield in the Adelaide Hills, pretty with sour cherries and dried rose petals, autumnal leaves and ferny undergrowth, all singing to the classic Sangiovese playbook. On the palate there is also plenty to love, with cherries galore and the edge of a savoury, almost sanguine note, and texture from maturation time in seasoned large format French oak. It's crunchy and super food-friendly, with juicy acidity in a medium-bodied frame, and light but grippy tannins. My bet? Bistecca alla Fiorentina, in a flash!
-Melissa Moore, winepilot.com