The 2012 Plexus is a crimson purple-red color. The wine offers an array of red and black berry aromatics, wild berries and cassis. Generous, with soft texture and fine tannins. Flavors of blackberry and dark cherry with hints of Asian spice and Christmas cake.
Reserved sweet-berried fruit scents, faint nougat, cedar, liquorice, undergrowth. Attractive set up. Medium weight, fruit forward, fine ribbons of tannin, bright acidity. This has such deliciousness to it. Lighter shade of Barossa in a way, fine feeling, but full flavoured, with crisp edges and a fresh finish. Indeed, it’s probably a bit light on for stalwarts of true blue Barossa red wines, but it is very good in its own way.
eep red colour with a tint of purple and quite a lot of oak to sniff, together with smoke, char, toast and a subtle trace of spice. The palate is medium to full-bodied and nicely smooth-textured, notwithstanding ample tannins. The style is savoury and drying, with a clean, extended finish.
Blend: 51%Shiraz, 30% Grenache, 19% Mourvedre