Wednesday, 14 December 2016
Coulter Wines Adelaide Hills Barbera 2016
Wild fermentation was used with only four months spent in older French oak.
Dark cherries, some dried Mediterranean herbs with a kick of dirt road for good measure. There's a density and depth to the fruit but there's almost a line drawn in the mouth between the fruit and acid - oh to be picky.
Lots of smiles here no less. Drink now to five years.
91/100 - Very good
Region: Adelaide Hills
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