The name ‘Stump Jump’ doesn’t relate to the English game of cricket (jumping over the stumps
at the end of the game), nor the breeding of livestock held in the stumps but relates to the
significant South Australian invention – the Stump Jump plough. The plough soon became a
worldwide implement for ploughing fields because of its ability to ride over stumps and
gnarled “mallee” Eucalypt roots and snags, saving valuable time and energy by not stopping
the draught horse.
This optometrist eye chart inspired design doubles as a make shift sobriety
test. If you hold the bottle at arm’s
length and you can still read the bottom line you can have another glass.
(This statement is of humorous nature and
not to be considered a test of blood alcohol
for the purpose of driving a vehicle, working machinery or constructing flat pack
This wine is the combination of many individual parcels of wines that
flowed down from senior wines in the d’Arenberg stable. It also includes
parcels from a range of new growers. Red winemaking at d’Arenberg is
very traditional and simplistic. All of the reds wines are fermented in
headed-down open fermenters prior to being pressed in our traditional
basket-presses, then matured in large casks prior to estate bottling.
The nose is full of ripe and juicy red fruits
and fresh plums mixed with dark cherry,
rhubarb and cardamon.
The palate is approachable with juicy
fresh red berries, mulberry and a hint of
pomegranate. Underlying the generous
fruit is a more subtle layer of plum stone,
star anise and cinnamon which adds complexity and interest.
The soft powdery tannins provide a
Grenache/Garnacha and Mourvedre/Monastrell/Mataro and Shiraz/Syrah
How to get this item
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