Sourced from a north facing single vineyard, (indeed, just seven rows of a single vineyard) on the TarraWarra estate, comes this blend of 3 Rhône varieties that work so well together.
TarraWarra Estate, Roussanne Marsanne Viognier, Yarra Valley, 2014
Apple cider, apricots, spiced nuts, sweet white flowers and refinement. Such finesse of flavour: moreish just crisp apricot slices dance along with light brown spice. Finishing dry, linear and long, this has power without weight. Reminds me of Mozart’s Horn Concerto No.4. Superb.
Wine sample courtesy of TarraWarra Estate