It has more perfume and lift than most with currants, Treviso radicchio, crushed gravel and cinnamon quills. Ripe tannins and sprightly acidity are in sync, with the latter in the driver's seat. Come along for the ride. (Jane Faulkner)
James Halliday Wine Companion 2018, August 2017
Comes off a small patch of dirt in the north-east of McLaren Vale. Let’s cut to the chase: I love it. The sandy, ironstone, gravelly soils are perfectly reflected in the palate. It’s seamless, and so well integrated with beautiful spicy characters. The mouth feel is stunning. Great food wine with the dry herbs and spices finish.
Weekend West, 22 July 2017