The Bio Project represents Shingleback’s ongoing commitment to undertaking native revegetation within our vineyards. The plants were carefully selected to provide benefits to the vineyard by specifically attracting beneficial insects and native birds, improve water quality and restore some of McLaren Vale’s biodiversity.
Soft blush pink in colour. Aromas of fragrant early summer strawberries, heritage roses and orange oil lift from the glass. Freshly crushed cranberry and citrus flavours overflow the mid-palate, focused into the lingering finish by mineral notes and a cleansing natural acidity.
Medium purple-red. Vibrant aromas of cherry (Tempranillo), cola and earth (Monastrell), heritage rose (Grenache), violet and spice (Touriga Nacional) harmonise. A compote of red and dark summer berries is restrained and shaped by the savoury minerality and textured fruit tannins of this layered and complex medium-bodied wine.
Hand harvesting and gentle whole bunch pressing capture the essence of this fragrant, crisp and intensely varietal estate-grown Fiano. Pale straw, highlighted with vibrant green. Aromas of lemon blossom, kaffir lime leaves and pear entice. Hazelnut-crusted lemon curd and green apple flavours flow through the structured palate and are focused into the lingering finish by a fresh, natural acidity.