I am amazed that Delectable could identify this wine - well done! This is a Rose made in Clunes in far northern NSW inland from Byron Bay dining at Harvest at Newrybar. This Rose was a quite rich bronze in colour. Interesting mix of varieties with Tempranillo, Shiraz and Durif. Very aromatic with burnt toffee and ginger notes. On the light to medium weight palate more spicy and savoury than fruit driven - with dry cherry notes in searching for a fruit descriptor. Quite a find - I didn’t know wine was made in this district and will be seeking this out for purchase. — 5 days ago
A great drop, nothing like I have tried before but is a lighter but full of depth and flavour — 3 months ago
Really nice, not as heavy as the original Italian but enough depth to keep you interested. — 5 months ago
Excellent — 2 months ago
Real great! Especially when chilled.
Super easy drinking, makes a great breakfast wine.
Also pairs well with pizza. — 2 months ago
Sharper, and without the berry notes of a SA Shiraz. Delicious straight up. Very easy drinking :) — 5 months ago
Dense crimson in colour. Unmistakably Cabernet on the nose of Medium minus intensity. Leafy notes with a touch of tobacco. On the palate medium bodied - solid without a lot of nuance. A continental Cabernet, where I think, maritime conditions suit Cabernet the best with the odd exception. — 2 months ago