Woods Crampton Black Label Mataro

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Sourced exclusively from the Marschall vineyard, a eighty year old organic and dry-grown vineyard, planted on its own rootstocks in the Vine Vale district. The loose sandy soils reflect sunlight and are well suited to Mataro.
 
Made using Burgundian techniques and a “hands-off” philosophy. The fruit is hand-picked and sorted before a cold-soak for five days at seven degrees. The fruit is primarily de-stemmed and split into small one and two-tonne fermenters with around fifteen percent whole bunches laid across the bottom. Hand plunged twice daily and allowed to ferment totally dry before pressing in a very old very gentle pneumatic press and racking to old large format oak. Not racked or stirred for 15 months. Bottled without fining and minimal sulphur addition.  

Tasting Note: Nose is dark and ripe, aromas of dark berry fruit, blueberry, kirsch and mince pie spice. The palate is supple with licorice and dark fruit flavours wrapped in savoury spice and framed by fine tannins. Well balanced and beautifully fine tannins.

Additional Details

SKU:
14274-UNIT
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
14.5
Style:
Dry Red
Varietal:
Mataro

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