Black cracking Biscay clay is a common soil type found in the Barossa Valley. The Biscay soils typically produce wines with berry compote and summer pudding flavors, complemented by luscious velvety tannins.
The latest vintage shows lifted aromas of vibrant dark berries with supple spiciness. Bright mulberry and blackcurrant fruit flavours burst onto the palate, complemented by balanced and even tannins. Abundant acidity makes this is a great option to enjoy with cheesy pasta and pizza.