About The Wine
As soon as you take an initial smell of the Frankland Smith Cullam Syrah, you know you're in for a wonderful experience.
The lush mix of aromas spans a wide spectrum of fruits – black, blue and red – displaying some violet florals and, with the advance of a few years, some bottle-age characters like meatiness, leather and spice. This isn't a big and blustering Shiraz like you'll get from the Barossa Valley, but one where the rich flavours unmistakably stem from its cool-climate origins.
There is lovely finesse in the wine and it will develop more captivating aromas and flavours with some careful cellaring.
About Frankland Estate
Frankland Estate are one of the leading producers in the Frankland River region. Family owned and operated since 1988, their major focus is on certified organically grown fruit that reflects its terroir rather than the hand of the winemaker.
Their cool climate Rieslings are regarded as some of the best in the region and the country with several single vineyard releases that could be a contender for Australia's Best Riesling.
Frankland Estate is cutting a mean wave through the industry and picking up a lot of recognition in the process.