Rich in black fruits with a liquorice edge on the nose. An elegant, balanced palate showing intense fruit, with a good, fleshy texture and moderate acidity goes on to finish with hints of white pepper and clove, then a lingering toffee flavor at the end.
This smooth, rich wine will work well with most foods allowing you to add your own special blend of herbs and spices. Image a roasted pork loin well seasoned with garlic and onions. Try this with bratwurst, spicy lamb dishes and cold meats with chutney but for a special treat pair it with bar-BQ pork spare ribs with a smokey bar-BQ sauce.
|Appellation||Dry Creek Valley|
|Date Bottled||1st Nov 2007|
|Drinkable||2009 - 2013|