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The colourful label of this wine is a nod to an endangered Langur monkey, one born in an Australian zoo, a welcome addition to a population of just 3,000. The wine itself is full of big plum flavours with a touch of oak ageing providing backbone and some vanilla notes.
The Idiot is dark garnet with a purple hue. This cool climate Shiraz is true to its region and variety. It has a fragrant bouquet with juicy red fruits and blueberry. The palate is succulent yet elegant. It has bountiful fruit and spice finishing with fine savoury tannins.
Lowerland specialises in small-batch, natural wines from their organic vineyards in Prieska , South Africa . This is a thoroughly enjoyable blend with spicy & leathery notes from Shiraz complementing the red and black fruit aromas. Mint and eucalyptus freshens up the palate and transports you to a shady spot under the eucalyptus trees bordering their vineyards.
The first “single site” release and a wine that sets the benchmark for contemporary fine wine from the Barossa. Produced from hand-picked fruit from one single block in the revered Ebenezer sub-region, Bachelor’s Block effortlessly blends precise picking times, whole bunch natural fermentations, gentle vinification with extended time in fine French hogsheads to yield a wine of taut power, finesse and savoury freshness. 97 points James Halliday