The Barossa Valley is a remarkable wine region to visit. To move from admiring the landscape in the manner of the occasional visitor to having a profound knowledge of the how the landscape evolved (geomorphology) has given me much satisfaction. I know Old Moppa Road very well. It runs along the western edge of the northern Barossa Valley, a location with many old vine vineyards.
Alas for this vintage we could not buy grapes from the location we wanted along Old Moppa so moved further north to secure supply. This vintage was a drought year so a small crop, tiny grapes and not much wine. Looks good in the glass as I write this note but am wary about long term cellaring. The wine is rich and deep but unusual vintages always make me cautious, so 10 plus years is not recommended.