Minimum order of 1 case or 6 bottles (Mixed or straight)
Refreshingly bright with sweet summer berry character. A perfect red wine for summer. Enjoy chilled.
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The 2023 Cienna is a delightfully refreshing wine that captivates with its vibrant ruby red colour and enticing aromas of fresh red berry fruit and subtle spice. On the palate, it showcases a rich and juicy profile with a refreshing light bubble that lingers on the finish. Each sip offers a taste of summer berries in a glass, where the harmonious blend of natural acidity and fruit sweetness creates a truly invigorating sensation. Crafted from high-quality grapes, this light and fruity wine is best enjoyed in its youth, served well chilled. It serves as a perfect partner to a wide range of dishes, and for a unique pairing experience, try it with a spicy Chinese hot pot. The wine's inherent sweetness beautifully balances the heat of chili and spice, creating a harmonious and enjoyable dining experience.
Wildly versatile to pair with everything from spicy Chinese hot pots to a mouth-watering meringue, Cienna is a vibrant and easy-drinking red wine that shines in hot Aussie summers and actually benefits from being kept cool in the fridge. Drink it with crushed meringue and fresh mixed berries smothered in raspberry coulis.
The fruit was crushed to fermenters, finished with pressing to tanks and chilled once desired alcohol level was reached. Wine did not receive any oak treatment and was bottled soon after fermentation.
In the glass, this wine is a vibrant ruby red colour.
Aromas of fresh red berry fruit and a hint of spice.
With fruit sweetness on the palate, it is rich and juicy with a refreshing light bubble to the finish.
To be enjoyed while young and fresh.
Cienna is an exciting grape variety bred by the CSIRO Plant Industry by crossing Sumoll, a grape variety from Spain, with Cabernet Sauvignon. This wine is made from Cienna grapes grown at our Mystic Park vineyard in the Murray Valley of north-west Victoria.