<10 tasting notes
The traditional description of Nebbiolo is ‘tar and roses’. Naming this ‘The Rose Grower’, one had to wonder if the family were indulging in a little subliminal nudging, but apparently the vineyard was originally managed as a dairy farm by the Roesler family and in German, Roesler means ‘rose grower’. There are certainly florals in the aroma, along with spices, warm earth, cherries, dry herbs and a lovely delicatessen character. Well-structured with fine acidity. Slightly grippy tannins. A good Aussie example of what can be achieved with Nebbiolo here.
Best drinking: 5 to 8 years.
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