Woods Crampton has got the game tied up when it comes to value for money linked with varieties and old vines of great worth.
About The Wine
Graciano is an interesting creature, and given its penchant for hotter, drier climates, it’s no wonder we are starting to see it thrive in different parts of Australia.
The Woods Crampton Graciano is one of the most accessible early-drinking varietal expressions kicking around at the moment. As with most of their other wines, it's relatively hands-off, lo-fi, Burgundian inspired winemaking, with the focus on allowing the fruit from these amazing vineyards to speak for itself.
The 2015 shows the perfect balance between varietal and regional characters. If Spanish varieties are your thing you will have to look far and wide to find something that is a patch on this bad boy at the price.
About Woods Crampton
Woods Crampton is an energetic brand quickly making a big name for themselves out of the Barossa Valley. Essentially a two man operation, their range is a mix of traditional Barossa and some obscure Mediterranean varieties. The value is always extremely high in these wines. A modern approach to a historic region.