Darling is a unique spot for growing grapes. In its deep clay soils, the roots of unirrigated vines burrow to depths of more than 8 metres in search of moisture. After expending all this effort a vine may often produce less than one litre of wine.
The effect of the cooling breezes off the nearby Atlantic Ocean is to preserve flavour in the berries.
Inkspot – a wine of inky concentration with an unparalleled richness in the mouth. The prime expression of low-yielding, dryland bush vines. Suitable for pairing with spicy modern cuisine, or even as an on-the-rocks aperitif in summer.
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