In the glass, the wine is full deep red. On the nose, there is dark currant, plum, bay leaf and spice. On the palate, it is generous with a savoury core of dark plummy fruit, touches of black liquorice and dried herb, and a fine tannin finish.
Built in 1901, the name Tatachilla, an Aboriginal word for "red earth place", is steeped in the history of McLaren Vale and reflects an integrity of wine style and the heritage of traditional winemaking methods. Tatachilla uses the best techniques from the old and new worlds, to produce wines of enviable high quality, every vintage. Tatachilla’s highly awarded hand-crafted wines demonstrate the passion of the winemaking team to produce a range of premium white, dry red and sparkling wines.