The wine has a dark crimson colour that draws you in. Bursting aromas of dark berry fruit comes out of the glass. Layers of bramble, blackcurrant, and raspberry with hints of fine floral notes and cedar oak spice makes this a complex wine. The tannins are almost chalky but are seamlessly integrated with a lively acidity to give it a long finish that carries the fruit well.
Style: Dry red Bordeaux-style blend.
Wood maturation:18 Months oaking. 100% French Oak. New Wood 80%, 2nd fill 20%.
Cellaring Potential: The Tiara has the body and structure to improve with cellaring up to 2028, but should last much longer. Due to the elegance and fruit intensity it is also delicious to drink now.