The 2016 Syrah, Warramate shows perfumed ripe plum notes entwined with licorice spice elements on the nose. A medium-bodied style reflecting its’ cool-climate origins. Whole bunch fermentation gives the wine a juicy fruit core and a lightness on the palate, with gentle tannins supporting the fruit.
Warramate Wines is a small, independently owned vineyard in Victoria’s Yarra Valley that was established in 1970 on a spectacular north-facing slope overlooking the central Yarra Valley.
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