An exotic impression, followed by dark raspberry and plum and tasty down under style black licorice.
The mouthfeel is silky sweetness, with a dense coating of fig jam.
Carignan is one thing, but Carignan on old bush vines in a sandy vineyard that dates back to the 1880’s is really something quite special.
A flavorful palate is highlighted by warm vanilla notes and a touch of clove all wrapped in smooth velvety tannins.
The ripe fruit suggests sweetness, with a soft lingering finish that makes this simply a very pleasant wine to enjoy on its own, or with a wide array of dishes.