We feel very privileged to be allocated these wines. They're extremely well made, full of love, and beautiful to drink. Everything this year is under crown seal, and there is no preservative added at any point. All notes from the maker, James Erskine. You’ve got to wonder what the hell is going on in this vineyard. 900 vines at the top of the Clarendon ridge. Dry grown, own roots, east facing, red/gray sand over iron stone bedrock, planted by Ralph Wood in 1988. A spiritual place with views down across the vale to the cliffs of second valley and onto Kangaroo Island. Forget anything you ever knew about grenache, don’t get confused with nebbiolo - who cares about the variety, this wine is place.