Cabernet Sauvignon plays a dominant role in this red blend, ably supported by Merlot and Malbec to create a plush, generous wine with deep purple hues and plenty of plummy notes.

The 2020 vintage came during Margaret River's driest year on record, resulting in low yields and powerful fruit definitions across all our reds. This wine is no exception; it's highly aromatic and fruit-forward, with fine tannins and fresh acidity providing good structure and length. It'll cellar nicely for the next 10–15 years but is drinking well now, especially around the BBQ on a warm evening. 


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