A blend of grenache, shiraz and mourvedre.
"Blackberry, boysenberry, earth and new leather, bitter dark chocolate and spice. It’s dense and full in tannin, almost sticky with them, some blood orange and amaro character, toasted nuts, intensity and grip of tannin on a long finish. Whoosh. Serious ferrous style here, and perhaps the best Dancing Fig I can recall tasting. 93+ points" - Gary Walsh, The Wine Front