The ‘sons’ happen to be young winemakers Corey Ryan and Simon Cowham and they’ve named this wine after the Greek Goddess of the moon, fertility and productivity, which is all very lovely. However I really love the aromas of dark berries and salted caramel, saddle leather and its whiff of old sawmill. It’s also incredibly juicy, succulent and silky. Not wanting to filter any of the flavour out, you may see some sediment in the bottle when serving it with Panel Van Meatloaf.

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