91 points, Tina Gellie, decanter.com
"A quirky Shiraz, of which half is 100% whole-bunch fermented and the other half is co-fermented in a 3,000-litre cuve with Negroamaro and Pinot Noir on top of the skins of Nero D'Avola. It has a joyful summer-pudding fruit freshness with wet earth, wild herb and savoury, meaty tones, supported by brisk acidity and velvety tannins. Uniquely tasty; just 3,850 bottles made."
Mike Bennie, The Wine Front
“It’s a bright, lively red wine of high drinkability and easy going charisma. You’d say that there’s more than fair share of seriously meaty, gamey, blood sausage and meat dripping scents and flavours, but the acidity, and young, fresh berry fruitiness goes ok against the brunt of savouriness. The wine then feels a bit herbal and light on in flavour, and kind of doesn’t match the heft of scent and suggestion of density from savoury characters – a bit scratchy and dilute in fruit flavours. Tannins are good, and texture is squeaky, which makes up some ground. It’s fresh and fun, no doubt, but kind of left me wanting more. Still, good drink.”