"Meres is again the most aromatic of the (single block) trio, offering whole bunch influence with a lift of red carbonic fruit. The nose is layered with red florals and a suggestion of cooling blue fruits together with warming oak spices.
Red cherry, raspberry and cranberry are present on the silky, mid-weighted palate. Energy and brightness are key, but not at the expense of length and depth. Lively acidity and dusty tannins from the whole bunch inclusion offer grip on the pithy orange peel accented finish. The acid and tannin provide the wine with freshness and the foundation for future development." - Kooyong Wines
Pale ruby hue. Defined more by savouriness, ranging from forest floor, stewed rhubarb and daikon to morello cherries and woodsy spices. A lean (almost austere) palate, as the acidity is a little tart. But there's just enough fruit buffering and it's softened by surprisingly reticent tannins.