Aromatics are reminiscent of mandarin, with hints of Belgian beer in the young wine, gin and tonic, stone fruit and subtle hints of smoke and rock. On the palate it is vibrant, intense with orange, Meyer lemon and stone fruit flavours with a good line of juicy acidity. The result is as deliciously complex as you’d hope from a life this well lived.
“In a cluttered wine landscape where so many seem the same, we do things differently.”
Framingham love aromatic styled wines to accompany food. And over the years, their range has grown with a strong tradition of winemaking for balance, texture and complexity.
By combining small batches of fruit from different parts of the vineyard, Framingham build depth of flavour and texture into their wines. By using experimental techniques and blending options, they love to take risks. And the result? Rich, expressive wines we love to drink.