Wine Region: Franklin River Valley, Western Australia
Perfumed nose of dense black plums, baked blackberry pie and anise. Luscious, dark fruits consisting of blueberry and plums, with hints of rhubarb and vanilla on a long fine palate. The wine will benefit from careful cellaring for up to 10 years and goes best with a roast lamb.
About the winery:
Ferngrove Wines, in Frankland River, is one of the worldâ€™s most isolated wine estates. While this isolation makes the logistics of winemaking tough, it is also what makes Ferngrove wines distinctly different. Proudly Australian-run with the benefits of international ownership, Ferngrove has a deep respect for the land, and is committed to crafting exceptional wines of Western Australia.
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