"Whether it's the granite soils or the sort of first-vintage phenomenon we've often seen before in Tasmanian pinots, this is, as Llewellyn says, distinctly different to the bigger, riper East Coast style. Tight and textured with sour cherry plum and savoury peppery notes and none of the stewed strawberry sweetness we commonly find in our young pinots. It is nicely balanced, mid-weight, long and persistent."
Food and Wine Writer, Hobart Mercury and Sunday Tasmanian and Author of: A Guide to Tasting Tasmania
Current Wines available:
2013 Pinot Noir
Awarded a Silver medal at the 2017, Melbourne International Show.
This wine has a typical Burgundian nose; has plum and dark fruit flavours, balanced by velvety tannins and oak complexity; delivers textures & structure on the long persisting palate.
Following 18 months in French Oak barrels this wine has been bottled without fining or filtration. The slight peppery/spicy finish adds to the character of the wine. Drink now or cellar to improve with age in the bottle.
2015 Sauvignon Blanc
Glistening, pale gold, a distinctive varietal nose and gooseberry flavours on top of attractive nutty, malty characters.
2015 Pinot Gris - SOLD OUT
Lime, pear and apple flavours, with a honeyed note.
2015 Chardonnay - SOLD OUT
Dry to medium with citrus flavours, oaked with a creamy buttery note.