Shiraz, Mourvèdre, Grenache, Tempranillo and Carignan all play parts in this Barossa blend, adding up to a wine that features ample cassis fruit and modest tobacco and cedar shadings. It’s medium-bodied, a straightforward accompaniment to red meats or cheeses. Drink now.
A “layered” blend of five different varieties, this starts off a bit floral and lemony, then develops some earthier notes to go along with the modest citrus flavors. Finishes short. Sémillon (37%), Muscat (20.5%), Gewürztraminer (19.5%), Pinot Gris (19%) and Chardonnay (4%).