Nepenthe 2002 Tryst Red (Adelaide Hills)

A blend of Cabernet, Tempranillo and Zinfandel; you've got to hand it to Nepenthe for experimenting with new varieties. Smells cool-climate, with nuances of eucalyptus/fresh herb, and taut, cherry fruit. Soft and dry in the mouth, where red plum and tangy oak flavors are the key players. It's a nice red wine, but one that just hasn't hit its stride yet.

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