Red wine – we like it, you like it. Sometimes it’s really red, sometimes it’s less red. Sometimes it’s Barossa Valley Shiraz, sometimes Coonawarra Cabernet or McLaren Vale Grenache. New world, old world, weird and wonderful, traditional and cutting edge – if it’s red and it passed the Tasting Panel’s approval, it’s here.
This is the wine formerly know as Scarce Earth. The Scarce Earth program has (perhaps temporarily) been suspended… hence the new name and livery. Fruit, as always comes from Ben Riggs Piebald Gully vineyard in McLarenvale, specifically from the ‘burnt block’. The block comprises Maslin sand. This is a vibrant wine, combining power with lifted, bright blue and black fruits. There’s... Learn More
This is mighty big for a Monty, packed with cherries, smoked meats, pepper, spice and satsuma plums and a good amount of ripe, firm tannins. Great power and length. A great match for rare beef or a quality braised beef... Learn More
Imagine if Homer Simpson was capable of dancing the lead in Swan Lake. Yep, this wine is behemoth big, ripe and juicy, yet somehow measured and considered and graceful. Black fruits as you’d expect, complexity, charm and fine tannins. So very... Learn More