The palate is generous with silky, plush tannins and great length.
The fruit for The Long Road Pinot is sourced form the same vineyards as the Chardonnay - Courabyra and Maragle in Tumbarumba.
50% of the fruit is included as whole bunches and the remaining 50% is de-stemmed. The fermentation takes place over 14 days and then is gently pressed directly to old French Barriques (10% new) for 12 months. The wine displays intense aromas of cherries, currants and clovey spice.
Spring was quite wet and mild, however fruit set wasn’t affected by the weather and was perfect. Summer was mild from December onwards. Picking occurred in March after a long, dry ripening season. Tasting notes: Intense passionfruit and lemon aromas and flavours. The palate is mineral and long with a...
Riesling is one of the Canberra District icons. We believe Canberra does and will continue to produce some of the best examples of Riesling in Australia. Its continental climate is perfectly suited to growing lively and beautifully poised Riesling. Tasting Notes Intense tropical fruit, lime and lychees aromas with a...
Pinot gris is a white wine grape variety with rose coloured skins and is typically made into a white wine. We allow a small amount of skin contact to encourage some colour but more importantly some texture from phenolics in our pinot gris. The result is a lovely blush coloured,...