Riesling with Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon blended across Whitlands, Sunbury and Macedon respectively.
It’s like a weird take on a Penfolds Bin wine. Kidding. Making something interesting from what’s there. Star producer, rising, is Le Timbre. This is wildly delicious, thirst-quenching stuff. Has levity and crunch, juicy red berries meets citrusy notes, with watermelon and pomegranate in the mix. You know those fruit juices that you have at a cafe, hungover, that restore you to life, this is what this smells, tastes and feels like, but with more acidity and very fine tannin profile. Sheesh! How good! It has all the zest of riesling, the flesh and prettiness of pinot and the train tracks and herbal detail of cabernet. There is heaps going on here. Gosh I like drinking this. Mike Bennie - The Wine Front