2021 Dry Red Wine No. 3

Medal One
Medal Two

Super lifted and complex on the nose. Lavender, satsuma plum and liquorice spice. Summer berries, plums and licorice spice of Touriga Naçional, the Tinta Cão brings bright and fragrant blue fruit energy. Tinta Roriz brings a savoury depth to the palate to compliment the Tinta Amarela’s floral and bay leaf herbal lift. To tie everything together the finesse of Alvarelhão and the acidity of the Sousão tightens, brightens and drives the long palate. Wonderfully complex and yet medium-bodied.

$110.00 - $250.00
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Category Winner, Other Reds (& Blends) – Halliday Wine Companion 2024

1 Merit Wine – The Real Review Wine Classification of Australia

Trophy, Best Red Blend, 2022 Melbourne Royal Wine Awards

Trophy, Best Red Blend Wine of Show, 2022 Royal Queensland Wine Show

Trophy, Best Red Variety or Blend, Yarra Valley Wine Show 2022

Trophy, Best Red Wine in Show, Yarra Valley Wine Show 2022

Gold Medal – 2022 Royal Adelaide Wine Show

Gold Medal, 2022 Rutherglen Wine Show

Gold Medal, 2022 Yarra Valley Wine Show

Silver Medal, National Wine Show of Australia 2023

4.5 stars, 2023 Winewise Championship

97 Points – Halliday Wine Companion 2024

95 Points – Tyson Stelzer, Wine Business Magazine


The last fruit to be harvested from the vineyard. Hand-picked and destemmed together in a ‘field blend’ style retaining as many whole berries as possible.   The first working of the must is with the feet as in a traditional lagar in Portugal to extract tannins from both skins and seeds. Gentle pressing and maturation in old oak barrels for 10 months.

Technical Data

Varietals: 35% Touriga Naçional, 35% Tinta Cão, 12% Tinta Amarela, 7% Tinta Roriz, 6% Alvarelhão & 5% Sousão

Region: Yarra Valley, Victoria, Australia.

Vines: Fruit was sourced from 1990 New Territories planting of classic Portuguese grape varieties on a rocky terraced hillside.

Cellaring: Drinking beautifully at present and will continue to evolve for up to 8 years under suitable cellaring conditions. 

Alcohol: 13.5%