Sourced from the Standish Family Vineyard – Siegersdorf
Road, Vine Vale, Barossa Valley. Planted on own roots in 1912
(7.6 Hectares – 12ft x 10ft spacing). Fine white sand over
deep heavy red clay at 302m above sea level.
Fragrantly scented, taughtly structured and finely poised – this femme fatale represents the more reserved face of the Barossa. Delicately portioned and beautifully balanced its fragrant notes of acacia petal, crème de cassis and parfait amour are supported by an underlying swath of Szechuan pepper, Guatemalan cocoa and damp limestone. Supple, lithe and without any hint of ‘palate drag’, its youthful ease shouldn’t detract from the sea of promise it holds for the future.
“The Prince – this is what happens when a young man picks up an epée for the first time and finds the balance and weight to his liking - devastating.”
Matthew Jukes - Top 100 Wines