Selecting the best barrels produces a herbal, cedar, minty cabernet laced with blackberry and boysenberries. Cedar and spice driven flavours on a medium to full bodied well structured palate with a dry long tannic finish.
Lovely spot on aromatics displaying peach stone fruit with floral hints. More pot pourri dried flower flavour on the palate with fleshy hints but some well balanced acidity keeps it clean and dry on the finish. Nice example, Bendigo is growing some good Viognier.
Deep and pungent aromas of cedar oak, earth and sweet ripe black cherry fruits. Powerful wine, full bodied, rich with plush but assertive tannins leading to a long firm finish. Needs time.
Minty, briary fruit driven nose which carries over onto the palate. Full bodied, textured with a dry tannic finish typical of Bendigo robust reds. Well priced gutsy red.
Excellent value for money viognier displaying classic peach and apricot aromas and flavours. Textured but with a good acid drive palate to keep it fresh.
Blackberry fruit and cedar oak driven nose. Powerful firm but well-balanced palate with a dry, tannic finish. Classic Bendigo.
Minty, blueberry nose. Juicy medium bodied wine that is overall well balanced with a medium finish.
Cranberry fruit driven wine that is light bodied, nicely textured with a slightly tannic finish. Not a bad example of cab franc.
Perfumed, floral with sweet red fruits on the nose. Textured and well structured palate medium bodied wine with lovely firm tannic structure producing a long finish. CNDP like, but not on the price, as this is great value for money. 50/30/20 blend.
Red cherry and raspberry notes on the nose. The palate is elegant, smooth and so light bodied. Similar to a pinot in style. Lovely drinking. 60/40 blend. Dry grown, low yielding vines. 15%.