While Geelong Pinot Noir can often grab the limelight, it’s Geelong Shiraz that’s been grown for longer in the region and in many ways is better adapted.
Lashings of sweet berried fruit meet a generous lick of nutmeg spice, pepper and dried herbs. Plays things cool on the palate with an enduring thread of yummy black licorice backing up black fruits. The spiciness endures, the light cedar notes add interest, the tannins are firm and there’s texture.
All up, you can drink now or later.