Maverick may have been founded in 2004, but its vineyards have seen many a vintage and in some cases pre-date the winery by over a century! It’s winery in the Barossa Valley is home to historic, low yielding grape vines. Yet, whilst Maverick’s grape vines may have a lot of history, its approach to its winemaking is very progressive.
Through the vision and eccentricity of winemaker and owner, Ron Brown, Maverick has embraced a biodynamic system of farming in his vineyards. Maverick’s old vines and biodynamic farming allows the creation of intense, pure, low-yielding fruit.
Tasting Notes: A warm pale yellow with green hues. Flavours and aromas of ripe peach and tropical combine with more subtle notes of crème brûlée, nuts, spices and vanilla bean. The palate is soft and round with good texture and intensity. Elegant spicy oak and fine tannins further contribute to this well balanced wine which shows lovely length and texture.