About this Wine
Hunter Valley, NSW
Deep, intense purple with ruby hues
A beautifully balanced nose of violets and ripe red berries with subtle hints of toast and spice.
Intense and structural. Ripe forest fruits meet refined tannin and combine for a sumptuous Shriaz with incredible length and poise.
Braised beef short rib
2022 - 2045
97 Points - Gary Walsh
"Deeply fruited and rich, into boysenberry and raspberry, dried roses, tea and liquorice. Medium-bodied, dense and almost ferrous, yet the silk and gossamer glide of Rosehill runs true. Fills every corner of the mouth with flavour, yet stays trim. Such great tannin. Such great length. Stroke the suede. Enjoy the ride. Wondrous wine."
96 Points - Huon Hooke
The Real Review
"Earthy, peppery, dried herb aromas, very savoury and non-grapy. The wine is full-bodied and rich, intense and powerful, with drive and muscle. A rugged, impressive wine with lots of depth and density, power and fleshiness. Excellent, and long-term."
98 Points - Campbell Mattinson
2021 Halliday Wine Companion
"It's hard to think of superlatives when your breath has been taken away. This reaches into full-bodied territory and makes it its own. It's floral, earthen, boysenberried, rushed with cherries and plush with plum. Drinking it is like diving into a remote country creek; one sip and you're in a world of its own. Tannin. We have to talk about tannin. It's not just an aspect, it's a hill on which the wine is built. Think of a date between now and 2100 and if well stored this wine will likely still have wonders to impart."