The Austrian variety feels rightly placed in the Adelaide Hills, here nodding its hat in the direction of Austrian staples in the lighter weight, spicy-herbal, cherry-juice laden style that has emerged from Mt Bera. It's very fragrant, somewhat juicy, a little crisp with acidity and has a light pucker of tannin for good measure. Intriguing and delicious.92pts- Patrick Eckel (Wine Reviewer)
A grape native to Austria with few plantings in Australia. A light to medium red in colour, the nose has pepper and graphite to black cherry fruit. The palate is a cool climate Syrah meets Pinot combination with the pepper and earth of Syrah and the bright berry fruit of Pinot. As the wine moves across the palate it becomes more primary and focused on cherry fruit with fine tannins. The finish is fresh and juicy and keeps you coming back for more.