About The Wine
The Vin de Soif is a wine built for casual easy drinking.
It combines old vine Grenache, Mataro and Carignan from the Barossa Valley into a slurpable, sloshy wine that makes it a perfect match with a wide array of foods.
It's plump and full-bodied, dusted with fine, moreish tannin and incredibly easy to knock back out of tumblers.
It's the kind of wine that would be perfect for sipping around a campfire in the dead of winter.
About Yelland & Papps
Yelland and Papps are not your average Barossa producer.
Owned and run by husband and wife team Michael and Susan Papps since 2005, their philosophy is about respecting what has made the Barossa great, whilst also experimenting with a new range of grape varieties and winemaking techniques.
Grenache and Shiraz are their primary focus in reds, while their textural Roussanne and Vermentino provide delicious alternatives to the typical regional white varieties.
These are very well made, interesting wines that show Barossa warmth and richness with a little bit of an edge.