A top wine named after the Scottish term meaning Lord of the Manor, i.e. landowner.
Terroir, production method and ripening: The grapes are picked by hand from the vineyard in Marananga, which was planted in 1958. The vineyard is managed without artificial irrigation and the vineyard is planted with vines obtained from the Barossa Valley's own clonal heritage. Harvest quantities in the shelter are very limited. After fermentation, the wine ages for 36 months in French oak barrels.
Use: With grilled steaks made from raw cooked meat.
Description: The scent has plenty of aromatics, dark fruitiness and spiciness. The full taste is soft and mouth-filling, and in the long aftertaste you can sense both licorice and roasted espresso beans.