Inviting pale salmon colour with a soft nose of berries and citrus. Wonderfully balanced palate with complexity and lovely clean finish. Delightful.92 pts - Ken Gargett (Wine Pilot)
Curiously named perhaps, but this is a blend of those traditional varieties, Shiraz and Cabernet, with the colour coming from a couple of days on skins. The wine is fermented with wild yeasts, with the added bonus of being organic, unfiltered, unfined and vegan friendly. One almost expects it to be lying on a beach in a tie-dye T-shirt. It is amusingly dubbed ‘made in hell’, although one imagines that the labelling integrity bureaucrats saw less humour in that than some of us. The colour is a glowing pink. The nose immediately gives up fresh spices and red fruits, with hints of wild thistles and a hint of delicatessen meats. This is balanced, taut, fresh and quite delicious. Drink now and for the next couple of years.