SILVER MEDAL International Wine Challenge 2015
" a unique blend of Grenache, Tempranillo and Malbec grapes has resulted in an astounding red that's full-bodied yet silky and alluring." Matthew Jukes (Daily Mail)
"Turbo-charged Aussie reds love barbecues, so tuck into this bargain beef, cedar and leather-scented 14.5 per cent hulk." Jane MacQuitty (The Times)
The Fergus is a legend - first produced in 1993 from neighbour Fergus Mahon's Grenache vineyard. The 2012 Fergus continues the lineage, predominately Grenache, with support roles by tempranillo, mataro and shiraz, all combining to form a spicy, juicy wine with lifted red berry aromas and flavours, grenache spiciness and given extra back palate firmness provided by the blending of the other varieties. It's medium weighted and superbly crafted to be a fantastic food partner, especially duck, lamb and gamey meats. Fergus will cellar patiently through to 2020.