2017 pinot noir

Don't be put off by our label, this one rocks!

2017 in the valley was a good one and what they were calling traditional, here's where I won't go on and on about what that meant.

All I'll say is a good cold soaking before ferment, some whole bunch and new oak action sees this looking great, buy some, dare ya!

2020 shiraz rosè

The Rosè  for red wine drinkers continues

Sourced from a cool climate Shiraz vineyard in Victoria's Grampians. The grapes were kissed by our manual basket press and ever so lightly drawn out from their berry homes. Straight to barrel and fermented slowly and delicately until we had to stop the crew from drinking it all.

 

It's a gutsy Rosè, lots of body, does really well lightly chilled, and goes with pretty much everything!

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2017 yarra valley chardonnay

The last of the Yarra Valley years!

 

French style, but English speaking, this light Chardonnay still packs a punch with some oak and bottle ageing.

 

We love this, absolutely smashable anytime of the year, served chilled it's got slight citrus tones, but still with some Yarra Chardonnay weight and balance.

Not much left, get into it.

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2018 heathcote shiraz

The Shiraz everyone asks about.

As naturally and as simply as we could, we squashed some great looking shiraz grapes.  We took some awesome photos that looked like bloodied hands and we sat this in some new oak for about a year.

We then took it out and had sip, asked around and everyone said we want it! So here it is.

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2018 mornington peninsula pinot noir

Our first wine from the new winery!

We hand picked, hand pressed and hand bottled it.  We mortgaged everything to buy new oak and we let it do its natural thing.

No wine talk here, this one is light but still full of flavour, we reckon it suits most food, so give it a crack.  Oh buy heaps we ya, we need the space in the shed.

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2017 pinot noir

Don't be put off by our label, this one rocks!

2017 in the valley was a good one and what they were calling traditional, here's where I won't go on and on about what that meant.

All I'll say is a good cold soaking before ferment, some whole bunch and new oak action sees this looking great, buy some, dare ya!

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2016 pinot noir

2016 in the valley was crazy, warm and fruit flying everywhere.

We managed to catch some and stick it in a bottle and reckon it turned out pretty good.  A bit of new oak and some time in the bottle, sees you wanting this more than an all you can eat seafood bar in Bali!

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