No point in waffling on about this wine. It is great. Loved it. Simple as that.
I must apologise for not being able to show you the colour of this wine. Gee it’s deep and, if something can look lush, this can. Rich blackberries and plums give plenty when it comes to the aromas. This is exactly what it tastes like too…except it keeps on giving. Fresh dark fruits galore and it fills every nook and cranny of your mouth and it doesn’t stop there. It keeps presenting over and over again. It’s sort of layered but it’s also nicely integrated as well but then again, complex too. It’s a fascinating wine that had my attention for start to finish. I wrote some notes but they looked so much like hieroglyphics not even a doctor could’ve worked them out.
This is a great wine now but the potential is endless. I had no one to share it with and I can’t say I was disappointed (I drank it over three nights I might add).
Region: Mudgee, NSW Price: $42 Source: Sample courtesy of Huntington Estate and Define Wine