It’s certainly nebbiolo and it hasn’t lost any of the varietal’s seductive grip. Aromas need time to show themselves, so don’t serve this to cold. Rose petals, lavender wood, cherry, raspberry, rhubarb and plum. Fine delicate palate, but don’t be deceived, there’s power and grip in spades. Sleek initially, but this gives way to a savoury tightening and all the while, the tangy red fruits glide along. Really something special here. Waters Wine Co
Sourced from the same block as the Estate Nebbiolo, just from the younger vines. The unique micro-climate and soil profile contribute lots of bright, fresh red fruit, red flower perfume, and fine tannin on an acid frame. It’s a mix of four different Nebbiolo clones. It’s whole bunch pressed into old oak for six months. Wild ferment, followed by wild malo and then bottled without fining or filtration.
Made by Luke Lambert.