Wine Rockford, "Moppa Springs" Grenache-Mataro-Shiraz, Barossa Valley, 2014
The wine is characterized by an attractive ruby color.
The taste of wine is rounded and soft, has silky tannins and notes of mocha and chocolate in the aftertaste.
Aromatic bouquet of wine is very delicate, it perfectly combines notes of ripe cherries and roses, which are complemented by nuances of tea, herbs and spices.
The wine goes well with red meat, stew beef, lamb, hot, stack.
Wine "Moppa Springs" - a luxurious blend of grape varieties Grenache, Mataro and Shiraz, which creates an incredibly elegant spicy berry aroma and flavor becomes shades of fruit and chocolate. Grapes grow on the best plots farm in the heart of the Barossa Valley, and when it reaches optimum maturity is assembled by hand. Mild Mediterranean climate and fertile soil of the region contribute to the cultivation of grapes of very high quality, with a good balance of sweetness and acidity and wonderful berry flavor. Fermentation of wine takes place in open vats with repeated pumping of the wort to the fullest extent of the berry extract color, aroma and elegant tannins. Excerpt place in large oak casks. Wine, bottled in thin glasses, develops slowly and gradually forms a wide range of taste and perfectly complements cold meats and aged cheeses.
In 1971, Robert becomes a stone cottage dating from 1850 and the surrounding 5 acres of land in the village Krondorf, in the heart of the Barossa Valley. When in the 1970s, other wineries began to improve and upgrade equipment, Robert restored historic winemaking machinery and began to produce wines using traditional equipment and technology. Before the foundation of the economy Rockford Wines Mr. O'Callaghan for 20 years he worked at various wineries Barossa, which allowed him to develop his own unique style, continue the tradition of Australian wine, as well as to acquire faithful companions and friends.