The Bryson family’s low yielding vineyard was established a quarter of a century ago and is located at the southern end of the renowned Padthaway wine region. Cool climate, free-draining terra rossa soil, Bryson’s environmentally sustainable practices, hand pruning every vine, outstanding fruit qual-ity, dynamic winemaking and you’ve got the perfect combination to create the sensational range of wines. Jip Jip Rocks are a striking outcrop of 350 million year old pink-red granite which is sacred in traditional Aboriginal beliefs.
Deep crimson colour with brick red mousse and a fine bead. The aroma displays ripe plums, earthy notes and spice. Mouthfilling flavours of plums and prunes with hints of liquorice. Soft, creamy with a persistent cherry, chocolate and spice finish.
Dense inky black heart with a deep dark red black hue. Aromas of liquorice and dark plum are married to toasty oak with earth and blackpepper notes ensuing. Juicy liquorice and spicy black cherry fruits meld into toasty oak, scorched earth and pepper nuances on the mid weighted palate. Fleshy mouthfeel with slightly dryish tannins leading into a medium length aftertaste.