THE SUNDAY LIFE MAGAZINE – 28th January, 2001
This is a Barossa Grenache, Shiraz-Cabernet blend that is a bit deeper and fuller than most rosés, yet only 11 per cent alcohol. It has a fruity nose of red berries and plums, and it tastes fruit-sweet and soft.
THE AUSTRALIAN MAGAZINE – Max Allen May 27-28, 2000
"It's the colour that grabs you first. Stunningly bold, deep magenta glow…absolutely crammed with thrillingly berry fruit flavour – raspberries, cherries, strawberries really fill the mouth with juicy freshness. A wonderful celebration of the harvest and a delicious drink."
UNCORKED FOOD WINE TRAVEL - November 2000
Made from Grenache, Shiraz, and Cabernet, this has a hot purple-pink colour and a confection-like aroma recalling caramel and chocolate over raspberries. It’s soft, light and very fruity, finishing with considerable sweetness, so we recommend a thorough chill. Rating: 3 stars. Food: Devils on horseback. Ageing: Best young drink by 2002