Sete di vino translates as “Thirst For Wine,” something that any rational being should probably have.
Yelland & Papps Sete Di Vino, Barossa Valley. 2015
A blend 59% Primitivo (zinfandel) and 41% Barbera. Blueberry and boysenberry fruit with a metallic edge before heady baking spices and plums. Primitivo can run riot with alcohol but this is kept in check and makes a eminently drinkable wine. Dried strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and cherry flavour with hints of anise with a lick of polish towards the finish. Tannins are small and fuzzy. This is firmly in “drink now” zone for maximum entertainment.
Wine sample courtesy of Yelland & Papps