Fruit sourced from Tim Fechner’s property, just north of Angaston. Stewed plum, orange peel, bay leaves, liquorice straps and amaro is pretty predominant on the nose. Round and plush mouthfeel upfront with fine grained/tightly woven tannin centred in the middle of the tongue. The mulberry like acid lingers on the tongue, with slight flavours of dried garrigue herbs coming through.
Poor limestone soil, +/- 350m above sea level, picked late in April. Hand picked, plunged, pressed, bottled, labelled and loved. 4500 bottles produced.