Fine, long and generous. Buoyant red cherry and plum leads to deeper contrasting notes of moss and earth.
The wine is enhanced with soft but succulent acid, fine cedary oak and elegant malleable tannin, finishing with a hint of thyme.
The Siding delivers varietal and regional character that is approachable on release, yet will still develop with short to medium-term cellaring.
Classic fresh aromatics of blackberry and mint, accentuated by subtle dried herb perfumes of lavender and white sage. Buoyant red cherry and plum leads to deeper contrasting notes of moss and earth.
"I’m seldom impressed by redesigns of labels that have history on their side. This is an exception, and it also hits home runs in the mouth notwithstanding a challenging vintage. It is a pure rendition of blackcurrant varietal fruit, hints of mulberry and mint attesting to its region.
- James Halliday, 95 points "
One for your Sunday lamb roast.