The wine takes its name from Victoria Park, which the first settlers carved out of the rugged bushlands of the Adelaide in South Australia. names after Princess Victoria before being crowned Queen, the Parklands are a part of Colonel William Light’s vision for the city. A popular place for relaxation and moments with friends, it has become affectionately known as the people’s park.
The grapes for this premium wine have been sourced from sustainably managed vineyards within South Australia. Pale straw green. Aromas of fresh cut peach flesh with accents of wild honey and hints of lemon myrtle. These are supported by fig and cinnamon spice complexities from wild fermentation. Medium bodied, layers of flavour build across the palate that reflect not only the fruit but the use of wild fermentation and ageing on yeast lees. On the palate the slightest hint of oak comes through as a hint of cinnamon and spice, highlighting the complexity derived from barrel matured reserve wine. Balanced acidity gives the wine thrust through to the refreshing finish.
An intense wine with cherry, ripe plum fruit aromas and warm, earthy spice. The palate is densely packed with morello cherry, cassis and bramble fruit flavours. Tannins are ripe, giving structure to a substantial wine with a fresh sappy finish.