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A spicy Shiraz from the vineyards of Central Victoria brightens with a boost of Viognier for aroma and balance, as often practiced in France’s most highly regarded appellation of the Northern Rhône Valley, Côte Rôtie. The grapes grown in this Austrialian vineyard were planted on 19th century French rootstocks, another nod to the French tradition and influence in this new world wine. This wine is a collaborative effort between two renowned wine families; Chapoutier from the Rhône Valley in France, and the Terlato family of Napa Valley in California.

Wine Notes
Intense ruby
Vibrant red plum and fruit wood smoke.
Mouthfilling bright plum and red berry fruits, full bodied but smooth.
Fact Sheet
Grape Variety: 
95% Shiraz, 5% Viognier
Alcohol Level: 
Acid Level: 
6.70 g/l
Length/Type of Fermetation: 
The grapes are destemmed and fermented in cement or stainless steel tanks. The maceration lasts 3 weeks in order to give the wine the good tannin structure required for good aging and stability. Part of the Viognier grapes were added during fermentation t
Fermentation Temperature: 
Up to 28°C
Length/Type of Aging: 
100% of the wine is aged in tanks with micro oxygenation. Bottled 10 to 12 months after the harvest.