The name ‘Cousin Jack’ was given to Cornish miners who went out into the new world in the 19th and early 20th centuries. They were the world’s foremost experts in mining creating wealth and development wherever they ventured. They introduced the game of rugby to South Africa, New Zealand and Australia. Our Cousin Jack is designed in fond memory of Eleanor Rodda Pascall, a true Cornish stalwart.
A rich palate of violets, red plums and black cherries. Light cigar box and sour cherry finishing with a deep cranberry. Lively acidity.