Awarded 'Wine of the year' at the 2021 London Wine Competition.
Awarded Gold Medal, 96 Points at the 2021 London Wine Competition
Awarded 'Best by Country' at the 2021 London Wine Competition
Awarded 'Best by Quality' at the 2021 London Wine Competition
Awarded 'Best by Varietal' at the 2021 London Wine Competition
Intense nose and palate expressing notes of chocolate, coffee, licorice, oak spices, jammed fruit, with a touch of earth and cigar box. Well-balanced wine with ripe tannins and a long, savory finish.
Awarded 'Wine of the Year' by Country at the 2021 Sommeliers Choice Awards
Awarded Gold Medal, 94 Points at the 2021 Sommeliers Choice Awards
Awarded Gold Medal, 2021 Mundus Vini Awards
French word meaning ‘greyhound’, Lévrier are one of the oldest breed of dog appearing in ancient art and literature throughout history.
Originally bred as hunting dogs, these majestic animals are constant companions in my life and have been associated with royalty, warriors and noblemen for centuries.
Egyptian god of the dead, Anubis is represented as a man with a greyhound dog’s head. Depicted as a protector of graves, his role was to usher souls of the dead to safely into the afterlife.
Tutankhamen and Cleopatra’s many greyhounds were entombed and sometimes mummified with their owners to protect them on their way into royalty afterlife.
Personally selected single vineyard fruit from dedicated Barossa and Eden Valley growers, matured for 24 months in specific new French oak barrels and bottle aged for a minimum of 12 months before release.