Nose: Cherry wood, char and plum jam, a lick of toffee apple too, giving a bouquet of salivating freshness

Palate: Opulent, it luxuriates on the palate, seeming in no particular hurry to be anywhere else. The creamy wave of plush fresh fruit foams out into a pleasantly drying leather and tobacco finish

Food Pairing: Pan fried maple and apple pork chops, or a roast beetroot and butternut pumpkin salad with tahini

About the wine: Lazing around on the vine it’s always the last to harvest; no variety mooches more than Hugh Hamilton’s Mourvèdre. Luckily this loafer is no slouch in flavour and so always worth the wait

Country: McLaren Vale, Australia

Grape Variety: Mourvèdre

ABV: 14.9%

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