When small amounts of wine disappeared from their oak barrels medieval winemakers just assumed it was angels from above taking their cut. It was about the same time everyone thought the world was flat – science wasn’t a strong topic back in the middle ages!
That small amount wasn’t anything to do with thieving angels, it was evaporation from the oak barrels during the maturation process (which is why it’s known as the “Angel’s share”).
“While there are no half measures with the weight or shape of this wine, it has a touch of elegance” says James Halliday, one of Australia’s top wine critics.
It’s a dark, dense red that’ll appeal to those that love their reds big and with a bit more oomph! Good to go now but this has plenty of potential for cellaring for another 9-10 years!