Top 100 Wines of 2013
Elegant, with supple, fresh and lively flavours of raspberry and cherry, meshing harmoniously with details of clove, forest floor, tobacco leaf, pepper and dried lavender that echo on the long, lingering finish.
Greywacke takes on a different mood in 2011 to the fragrant 2010, and every bit as beguiling. More savoury, more peppery and more herbal, with a layered core of berry compote, plenty of spice and refined tannins of mineral texture.
Morello cherry fruit is deliciously inviting. There‘s a raciness and tight floral character, but the palate has cool black fruit, lovely focus and hints of silky textured weight. Long.
Rich, with layers of spice, fruit and dark cherry notes. Well-balanced, with excellent acidity and length.
Lovely sweet black cherry and plum fruit. Nicely dense, with some tannic bite. Still quite backward and firm with good grip. Supple, complex and showing nice depth of fruit.