“Along our shores holding fast to the rocks at low tide is the seaweed Durvillea, named after the captain of the Astrolabe, Dumont D’Urville. For me this seaweed defines the ruggedness of our rocky coast.
The Durvillea Pinot Noir grapes are harvested at precisely the right moment to preserve the purity and intensity of flavour in my winemaking.”
Simon Waghorn, Winemaker
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.