14.5% Alcohol Volume
So what's the go with a wine like this? Well, expect the luscious elegance of the Clare Valley fruit marries superbly with the slightly peppery fruit from McLaren Vale. In other words, it's pretty damn good.
Inspired by the great producers of Bordeaux, and with a vision to craft wines that rival the best in the world, the Taylor family begin an exploration to find the perfect plot of land on which to establish their family estate. On July 20, 1969, their quest brought them to a site by the Wakefield River in South Australia's Clare Valley. So on the same day that Neil Armstrong takes man's first steps onto the moon, Bill Taylor takes his first steps on the soil that will eventually become the family estate. The rest is history.