Deep red with a tinge of purple to the rim oozing sweet cherry, dark chocolate and roast coffee bean appeal offset by well integrated savoury oak spice facets and a rambunctious fruity finish. After pressing, the young wine stays on French oak for 3 months where malolactic fermentation is completed. Best enjoyed within the first year or two of vintage when the fruit is most fresh and vibrant. This wine matches well with a variety of foods. Some favourite pairings include beer battered tofu and chips, or a vegan mac and cheese.
You can read more about the winemakers: Tall Horse.