Heathcote in Central Victoria has an envious reputation for producing wines of power and grace.
The Mount Ida vineyard was first planted in the mid-1970s, but was decimated by the Ash Wednesday fires of 1983. After taking several years to recover, the vineyard’s Shiraz once again showcases the characteristics of the region's rugged landscape and famous Cambrian soil.
The Mount Ida vineyard produces Shiraz of incredible concentration and regional definition; characters of blood plum, cherry and raspberry high-tones blend seamlessly with dark chocolate, liquorice and subtle, well-seasoned French oak.
Mount Ida Shiraz is enjoyable upon release or savour and watch it evolve with time.