Puritan is Battle of Bosworth’s bright young thing; picked when the grapes are just ripe and full of red and black berry fruit flavour, cool fermented and then bottled once this process has finished. No oak is used when making Puritan as they want the Shiraz flavours to shine through. Puritan is also a ‘Joven’ style wine – stealing the Spanish term for youthful or young. Describes the wine perfectly.
It does what is says on the tin: Puritan is bright, young fresh, juicy, full of dark and red fruits and plums and blackberries, too. Great colour, dark purple, giving big hints as to its youth, with a bright palate with some great texture and weight, and some lovely tannins, and considerable length too. Do not pass go, open immediately and drink.
75 cls 2017 14.5 % abv