All along Marlborough’s wild coast, clinging to rocks at low tide, is the seaweed Durvillea. We know it as bull kelp or rimurapa and its strong lines, shapes, textures and colours mirror the depth and complexity of flavours found in our wine.
Colour/Appearance Bright garnet
Aroma/Bouquet Black and red cherries, forest fruits, strawberry conserve and spice, and an intriguing earthy complexity
Palate Medium bodied with cherry and plum flavours, silky texture and long dry finish
Cellaring Already drinking well and likely to improve over the next 3 years
Suggested Foods Duck, lamb and venison and veal dishes