I can't speak for the other tasters, but when I smelled this wine, I was instantly taken back in time to my grandmother's kitchen as she was making strawberry preserves and I was busy trying to steal a spoonful while her back was turned. That's to say aromas of strawberries and cooking spices dominate not only the nose, but all the surrounding area. This is aromatic wine. For all the aromas, however, it sits lightly on the palate, showing more finesse than some of its other Australian counterparts. Drink this wine with a pepper crusted filet mignon, roast duck, or entrecote aux echalottes.