2018 Wild Ferment Sangiovese
Aromas of plum, cherries and liquorice lead to an elegant, savoury palate with flavours of cherries and strawberries, fine tannins and firm acidity.
Tasting notes Aromas of plum, cherries and liquorice lead to an elegant, savoury palate with flavours of cherries and strawberries, fine tannins and firm acidity. Barrel ageing in seasoned French and American oak barriques has added to the structure and complexity of this Viticultural notes The fruit for this Wild Ferment Sangiovese was grown in the Granite Belt. The Granite Belt is situated on the Great Dividing Range 850m above sea level and 95 km inland from the coast. The winters are cold and frosty and summers warm producing a continental climate. Most of the region’s rainfall comes in the growing season feeding the buds and shoots. The soil is largely composed of granite, somewhat on the acidic side and is very free draining. Winemaking notes We have chosen to treat these noble varieties very traditionally using only the indigenous yeast from the vineyards and surrounds to complete the fermentation. Barrel ageing has added to the structure and complexity of this beautiful wine. Wine Analysis COLOUR Crimson NOSE Plum, dark cherries and liquorice PALATE Elegant and savoury with flavours of cherry and plum ALC/VOL 12.2% CELLAR Perfect young however will reward careful cellaring FOOD MATCH Has a lovely soft style which goes with any kind of food from seafood to appetisers and pastas.