Includes a cheeky 5% Malbec, and comes from a vineyard planted in the 1860s and 1950s. As an aside, it’s great to see wines coming out of the Barossa that feel more ‘natural’ and not tricked up in the winery so much, and not ashamed of tannin.
Mataro, Grenache and Shiraz. The only wine made from the 2016 vintage, due to fermentation issues in a new winery. That is, they don’t use packet yeast, so the natives were listless at the time, as it were.