Rich nose yet with tension and minerals, savoury hints and aromas of peach pannacotta with herbal notes. The palate is rich with a creamy mouth feel, white stone fruit combines with minerals and fresh herbs. Dry finish with mineral acidity and powerful, persistent length.
The rebel, because it is an Italian grape variety used to make wine in Australia. Montepulciano is more commonly found in Abruzzo or Tuscany in Italy. Montepulciano is a resilient grape variety and can achieve good yields even in hot climates such as Langhorne in Australia. It is a juicy variety, which can be drunk young, it's a simple wine but an enjoyable wine. It is unoaked.