The palate has crunchy acidity with toasty oak again adding flavour to what is already a complex wine making for a style that is at its best with food and savoury dishes. Gamey pigeon breast or rabbit are potentially good options to match with what is a unique wine style.
Colour: Medium-light red-purple
Aroma: Layers of pretty red fruits, blueberry and rasberry combined with campari, orange peel and floral elements. Hints of foresty, earty, root vegetable aromas that point to whole bunch fermentation.
Palate: The palate has crunchy acidity, similar in weight to pinot noir. Medium-bodied, the fruit is centre stage but it’s not ‘fruity’. It’s more interesting than that.
Grape Varieties: 100% Grenache
Aging: 10 months in oak
History of L.A.S. Vino
L.A.S. (Luck Art Science) Thats what its all about. The ART of creating wine from essentially water and sunlight. The LUCK of the weather, the wind and the water during vintage. They say you need to know the rules to break them, we can thank SCIENCE for giving us an excuse to break the rules and create something different and interesting.
L.A.S Vino aims to make absolutely delicious, delectable, desirable drops and to discover new flavours in the world of wine. Based in Margaret River, Western Australia, their mantra is minimal intervention with maximum flavour and where possible working with growers using sustainable, organic and biodynamic vineyard methods. Using luck, art, and science (L.A.S.) to create wines that make you feel.