The versatility of this original Barossa variety has seen it survive more than 100 years of economic boom and bust plus several changes in consumer taste. In the early days it made outstanding fortified wine in the Muscat style, then through the 60's and 70's, when affectionately known as 'front and back' ,it was made into a quite rich, sweet, late-picked style.
These days, surviving vines Frontignac typically make a zippy, refreshing and delicately flavoured wine in a style that fits into summer perfectly. This is one of those wines. It's a charming off-dry style that bursts with floral and sweet citrus notes. Extra cool.