Clousure: Screw Cap
Region: Beechworth, VIC
From the Winery:
ncredibly complex nose that requires a good amount of decanting. Generous fruit, layered with rose petal, fennel and savoury black tea tannins that linger long and fine. There is enough chewy sour cherry fruit to enjoy young and fresh, but this wine is built to last with plenty of tannins, acid and power. In time, this wine will only get better. Buy multiple bottles and experience its evolution.
'Traviarti' is a verb meaning 'to be led astray'. Perhaps Simon Grant, his wife Helen and daughter Phoebe, have been led astray with what will predictably come to be known as a monumental project. These are incredibly structured, cerebral and complex wines of Beechworth's finest Chardonnay and Italy's noble red grape, Nebbiolo. In the wilderness of Victoria's high country, they planted a tiny vineyard - in their backyard - after discovering the wonder of Barolo.