Appearance: Dark cherry red with plum hues
Nose: Vibrant cherries and blueberries, plus liquorice & spice
Palate: Dark cherries and licorice follow through onto the palate, while smooth cocoa tannins provide a lengthy finish.
About the wine: Juicy black cherries with liquorice and spice followed by earthy cocoa notes are held together with silky tannins which provided a lengthy finish. This wine keeps you coming back for more
The fruit for Down The Rabbit Hole Tempranillo is grown in South Willunga, McLaren Vale. Warm Summer days are cooled by evening sea breezes from St Vincent’s Gulf, which lies a close proximity to the West. The soil is rich loam over clay with patches of underlying limestone, giving the wine a rich and fullness of pallet. The Mediterranean climate of McLaren Vale is well suited to growing this Spanish variety.
Winemaker Notes: Walter Clappis-The 2016 Vintage was warm and dry throughout Summer producing intense colour and flavour. After spending 8 days on skins, the wine was pressed into seasoned oak to mature for 12 months
Country: McLaren Vale, Australia
Grape Variety: Tempranillo