By Farr – 22/06/2013

By Farr Viognier 2010
Concentrated yet subtle, spicy almond pit, dried chive lime quince. Surprisingly light, clean complex long, slight salty texture, brisk. Young.

Farr Rising Chardonnay 2012
Hints of elderflower, citrus blossom, tight stone fruit. Vibrant fresh slight mineral texture, orange rind and small white peach.

By Farr Chardonnay 2011
Beautiful classic grapefruit pith lees old oak complexity, a little smoky creamy. Quite dense and intense concentration, a slight savoury texture late on the palate, layered and rich yet fresh. Lots of life yet.

Farr Rising Pinot Noir 2011
Really bright intense fresh cherries with a little spice for kicks. On the stalky side adding some spicy texture, fresh light body but intense flavour.

By Farr Farrside Pinot Noir 2011
Lighter more closed palate, more subtle fruit characters, more integrated spice notes. Lovely purity, locked away somewhat.

By Farr Sangreal Pinot Noir 2011
Slightly earthier but nonetheless elegant and fine, subtle beyond belief. More spice density and texture.

By Farr Tout Pres Pinot Noir 2010
Much more concentrated dark earth and fruit, bolder sweeter spice. Fuller tannins forward on the palate but still incredibly lively and fresh, showing red cherry raspberry. Almost nebbiolo like.

By Farr Shiraz 2010
Light colour for the variety. Wonderfully lifted white pepper. Dense fruit structure, fleshy without being heavy, vibrant and friendly.

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