This beautiful blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon & 40% Merlot opens to enticing aromas of blackberries, violets, exotic spices and graphite all taking shape elegantly in the glass.
Terra Sancta Mysterious Diggings Pinot Noir is amazing value for the quality, particularly for this region of the world.
Single vineyard wine from Tarrawarra in the lower Yarra. Spur pruned MV6, 777, D4V6 and G5V15 clones on sandy loam soils with north western aspect at 140m elevation.
Entirely destemmed. Cold soak and fermentation in open fermenters. Selected yeasts. Hand plunged. Large format oak. 30% new Damy Alliers French oak for 11 months on lees.
Single vineyard wine from Yellingbo, at the Southern end of the Yarra Valley.
Cane pruned MV6 clone on volcanic red soil with Nth Eastern aspect at 200m elevation.
30% whole bunches
Cold soak and fermentation in open fermenters.
Large format oak - 30% new Damy Alliers French oak for 11 months on lees.
Tasted frequently touched rarely.
Aromas of stone fruit and melon with some spicy notes.
Pink grapefruit shines through with the bright acid drive.
A medium to full bodied pallet with a lovely texture.
A wine that assertively expresses the qualities of a fine vintage.
It's very expressive and polished, with supple, sweet strawberry fruit, juicy acidity and medium weight tannins all pulling in the same direction.
A hint of sweet spice on the finish only adds to the allure.
A soft floral nose with hints of thyme, dried strawberry and charcuterie all give way to a palate full of refreshing red berry fruits and spice with a long savoury finish.
Aromatic plum and raspberries with freshness and balance, the wine has a round central core of red fruit that gives way to a complex mid-palate full of cassis, dark cherry, spice and vanilla.
A very clean, medium bodied wine that is both interesting and delicous with good acidity giving it good length.
Warm & rich with layers of flavour - hints of blackberry and dried plums, even notes of coffee.
An absolute cracker for this price!