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The wine is sumptuous and rich with ripe nectarine fruit aromas and nuances of clove, and brioche. The palate has big fruit flavours complicated by secondary flavours of roasted cashews and sourdough toast.
This classic Spanish grape has found a very comfortable home at Lentedal, in the red soils of the northern Margaret River region. The big clusters were picked moderately ripe to retain freshness and balance. Fermentation was traditional; warm and fast in open fermenters. The wine has been matured in a mixture of seasoned barriques for 2 months. This wine has lashings of dark fruit aromas reminiscent of blackberries and liquorice. This follows through to a lush, warm, sweet fruited palate that has slippery tannins, a savoury dried beef character and a long spicy finish.