Dark ruby with violets, spice, chocolate, peat/smoke and black berry fruit on the nose. The palate shows a balanced acidity, with rich tannins and a long clean fruit dominated aftertaste. The 2013 vintage is not an Estate wine as it includes Viognier from Elgin. The Shiraz and Viognier were co-fermented as this leads to better colour stability and more complexity. The wine was bottled on 14 October 2014 and released on 29 March 2017.