The site expresses itself through effortless, affable structure and styling. Rich dark chocolate plus blue and black berries are joined by the piquancy of redcurrant jam and a refreshing red apple juiciness. Not a foot out of place, it walks the Barossa talk with its undeniable, silken swagger of fruit-driven freshness and savoury, fine-dusted tannins. Most importantly, this is uber-drinkable. It talks of the clarity that Kym set out with, to create a wine with depth and character.
Art of War transcends blood, sweat and vintage to reach the depth and clarity of hard-won satisfaction. The results speak for themselves.