A slow avalanche of honey, great depth and viscosity, finishes long and dry and poised. Musk Creek is a late ripening vineyard influenced by the ocean and steep, spring fed aspect. The wind blows the cloud away to reveal an autumn of cold sunshine. This terroir restrains, yet supports, ripening until the end of autumn thus grapes accumulate honey, red berry, even forest floor character.
LOOKS LIKE... Lustrous green gold
SMELLS LIKE... Raspberry, honey, the earth
DRINK WITH... Roast pheasant, mushroom pâté and freshwater river fish
CELLAR UNTIL... 2026