Fort Rock Property nonetheless appear to be flying below the radar. The Tyranny of distance maybe, being so removed from the foremost inhabitants centres of Australia. No matter this or every other contributing issue, the wines are properly made by a diligent and gifted hand.
Fort Rock Property, Shiraz, Porongurup, 2017
Positively taking part in within the cool local weather spectrum of shiraz, with blueberry and floor pepper, over recent lower beefsteak, baking spices, liqueur cherry chocolate and plum ending with an earthy/candy beet. A easy, earthen palate: Centered darkish cherry and plum redolent with woody cedar and black peppercorn spice. A more-ish texture and a medium size end. Prime worth.
Wine pattern courtesy of Fort Rock Property and Outline Wine