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Aroma & Palate
|Cherry, strawberry, earthy basil|
|Syrah, Barbera, Nebbiolo, Sangiovese
(Review is of the 2017 vintage)
Good label design. Crown on the label, for the King Valley wines.
Cherry, a little spice and watermelon. It’s still young, and carrying a spritz, but has an almost earthy flavour in with the cherry and strawberry. Acidity sits well within the wine, and the finish is dry and pretty long. Nicely done. Easy to enjoy.
90/100 - Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
Rosato is Italian Rosé. I named this a Rosato as it's made from indigenous Italian cultivars - Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, and Barbera amongst a Syrah base. The style is plush, dry and intense. I've made this to be enjoyed with both delicate and rich flavours whether sweet or savoury. I don’t just want wine lovers to enjoy this wine in the warmer months, but equally to enjoy it sitting around a winter bonfire. This is made using a combination of Saignée (a.k.a. bleeding a red wine of its pink juice) and wholebunch pressing to extract the perfect amount of textural richness, brightness in colour and fruit intensity. It's then fermented as one wine all the way through, so to make sure this is an integrated wine right from the get-go. Chin-chin!
Eddie McDougall Wines released its first vintage in 2007 from grapes grown in Bannockburn, Victoria. Since then, Eddie McDougall and his winemaking team have steadily expanded their portfolio of grape growers allowing them access to some of Australia’s best regions such as Margaret River and the King Valley. With a unique focus of producing both classical and alternative wine styles, the winemaking team is given every opportunity to be creative whilst striving to produce international award-winning wines.
Eddie McDougall Wines are regularly awarded medals and achieve ratings of 90+ points from highly acclaimed critics. In 2018 the winery was placed into the category of Excellence by The Real Review.
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