The name evokes an English village, with a green, and tidy Tudor houses, the sound of leather on willow etc. I’m lucky enough to live next to a green of sorts, so I get a little of that action over summer. This sees no new oak, and comes from a vineyard that sits 730 metres above sea level. I’m not sure I’d like to be there right now, however. A bit parky.
Forest berries, particularly fresh picked blackberries, briar and rose perfume, mint and spice. It’s lively, a sappy and perky feel, the graphite tannin, undergrowth, almond, and a crisp cranberry finish of precision and length all contribute to its sense of latent potential. It’s a serious, and very very good wine. 95pts CAMPBELL MATTINSON, www.winefront.com.au
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