Wild fermented, it comes across quite clean and not too funky. This is a respectable drop which is perfectly suited to a barbequed steak.
Lots of raspberry and earthy traits plus a lick of granite minerality. It's a lighter style of Grenache as seen by the crimson appearance. Black pepper rides the wave all the way through and the finish is soft and fine.
I'd happily have a glass but I don't think it is worth the stated $32. Winery members receive a discount and pay only $25 which I think is more reasonable for what you get.
Region: Granite Belt
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