(From 2015 Vintage) Tasting notes supplied by Jacob’s Creek suggest the wines may have a slightly more overt oak character than other Jacob’s Creek reds and Chardonnays, while the is described as having “a delicate sweetness on the finish.
(From 2010 Vintage) Some handy depth here in this staple red, good color. The nose smells of blackcurrant and hints of red berries, a little cabernet herbal streak too. The palate s supple and sturdy; it has the authority of cabernet with the right approachability as well. A very handy wine for the money.