Wine Spectator 89 points - Velvety, polished and poised, playing dark berry and cherry flavors against savory notes, finishing with harmony. Drink now through 2017. 35,000 cases made. –HS
(Jun 15 2014)
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Paringa, located 150 miles northeast of Adelaide in South Australia, is owned by David Hickinbotham. The vineyards cover 1,700 acres of prime Riverland property that sits on sandy loam topsoil over limestone. David and winemaker John Gledhill maintain low yields (5-6 tons per acre), practice careful canopy management and source water from the nearby Murray River. Kym Teusner is consulting winemaker.