Reviewed by Gary Walsh on Winefront, 94 points Nov 2017
David Lloyd a leading exponent, and a pioneer of Gamay in this country. Could have been considered to have been tilting at windmills back in the day, but often a labour of love pays dividends, eventually. Now, the rest of Australia has caught up.
Cherry, spice, a little dried herb and flower perfume, pencil oak in the background. Medium bodied, wonderful depth of flavour and supple texture, tannin is buried deep, but alive and kicking, cool acidity, fresher red fruits bob up on a long and pure finish. Wonderful.
Chemistry: 13.5% Alcohol by Volume, pH 3.48 and Total Acid of 6.3g/L