Like most wine regions, the grapes express themselves very differently depending on where they are grown. Barossa for instance provides great intensity and blockbusting dark plum fruits, Langhorne creek a slightly cooler, leafier character with brighter acidity is evident. The Riverlands gives seamless palate weight and limestone coast a certain minerality.
The integration of oak results in subtle vanilla and spice with the wine showing youthful, grippy tannins that will develop in the bottle for the years to come.
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