Sauvignon blanc grown on one of Mount Gambier's unique sites with an abundance of ancient flint rock and limestone close to the ocean. It is macerated on skins through ferment for 3 weeks before elevage in old oak on lees ranging from 8 months - 15 months.
Color: Deep golden orange, a fair bit cloudy. Aroma: Citrus peel and spice blend with baser notes of oatmeal and brown rice. Palate: Full and dry, grainy tannin make this the red drinkers white, multi layered, rewards time in the glass. Orange wine lite? Bridges the gap between something like an oaky chardonnay and the more confronting skin contact whites out there.