The serious stuff: Sourced from the stunning Ferguson Valley in Geographe, @ 220 metres, from deep gravelly loam slopes with a westerly aspect. The Tempranillo clone is ‘Requena 1964’. Night harvested, gently pressed and cold soaked for 3 hours to release the pretty coloured free run juice.
But, what does it taste like? The Gringo breaks rank and shows his feminine side. Fresh and aromatic, with gentle paw paw, pink musk and strawberry flavours ahead of a light and creamy palate.
A wine of precision and delight, walking a tightrope between tannin grip and juicy succulence.
A Rosé amongst thorns.