And they know a thing or two about it. After all, the founder of Gibbston, Alan Brady, was the first to grow grapes in the region back in the 1980s. Locals dubbed him mad and were sure he’d fail. How could grapes grow surrounded by snow-capped mountains in an environment with such harsh and extreme weather conditions? Guess who was right!
This wine is rich and powerful but has the silky, soft tannins and ripe fruit synonymous with reds from this grape growing region the world can’t get enough of.
An outstanding wine that will cellar for up to 20 years – an ideal gift for the red wine lover with expensive taste and a must-have for serious Pinot drinkers!