Italian in style and made from White Frontignac grapes, this is a low alcohol, slightly spritzy wine with sweet lush fruity flavours.
1440 bottles (120 dozen) wines produced from Grenache vines in Greenock, Barossa Valley
2009 HARRY & EDWARD'S GARDEN
Colour Deep red and crimson
AromaText book Langhorne Creek aromas with spice and purple to red fruits such as blueberry and mulberry. The subtle characters of eucalpyt, earth, cedar and chocolate finish it off.
PalateThe juicy entry of plums and spice roll through the palate with the tight acid, firm but fine talc like tannins and the finish is balanced with subtle chocolate notes.
Crushed into and fermented in 5 and 10 tonne open top fermenters with regular pump overs 3 times daily during peak fermentation to extract colour and tannin. Following 12 days of maceration the dry free run was drained to tank. The skins were then pressed and the pressings combined with the free run. The wine was then racked to barrel. Malolactic fermentation took place in barrel. Minimal fining and filtration.
8+ years if cellared correctly
18 months in 1 year old French oak hogsheads
2009 Harry & Edward's Garden Tasting Note
Price per bottle: $ 60
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