Torbreck The Steading is a red wine made from Grenache, Syrah and Mataró in the Barossa region by Torbreck.
In the Highlands of Scotland the name "The Steading" is given to the collection of barns, stables and other buildings that make up the unit of a farm. In the Barossa Valley, each of the Grenache, Shiraz and Mataro varieties have their own presence and identity, and when blended together to make a single wine, their strengths come together to create a stunning wine.
Torbreck The Steading Tasting Notes
Aromas: Red fruits dominate the aromas such as blueberry, pomegranate and wild raspberry, with mineral and earthy notes from the Mourvedre and mineral soils.
Palate: Medium body with complexity and length complexity and length on the palate. The tannins and acidity intertwine nicely with the red fruit.