The Devil's Staircase takes the willing down into the realm of decadence and bacchanalian delights. Here everything is pleasure, spiced up with a dash of naughtiness. The unrelenting environment tortures the vines whose twisted limbs produce wine worthy of absolution. These wines are sinfully succulent and devilishly good.
Corryton Park produced some purely varietal cabernet wines, deep plum in colour and richly perfumed with aromas of blackcurrant, mint, dark chocolate, with underlying aromas of coffee bean, earth and hints of liquorice and new leather.
The nose is awash with earthy notes, warm curry spices, cherry liqueur and juicy plum. The medium-full bodied wine is filled with vibrant flavours of fresh red fruits and vanilla, complemented by fine and ripe tannins that run the length of the palate.
Mexican food - simple, delicious with bright, citrusy flavours and a spicy chili hit. Which wine is the perfect match for our Mexi chili? A herbacaus New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc is perfect especially with fresh corriander and a squeeze of lime!