Smashable is how I have described this wine in the past. It seems the Witches Falls customers may think the same thing - the sold-out sign has already been posted for this vintage. I can see why.
Quite fruit driven in the past, there's more savoury appeal this time around. There's plenty of dark fruit, good oak and spice which rides long at a neat tempo. Green herbs and blue fruit lurk through the mid-palate. This is a wine which certainly grew into its shoes and looked better on the second day of tasting. Give it a good decant to see it at its best or hide it in a dark place for a little while.
Cellar to 2026.
Region: Granite Belt