Hand picked, gently pressed and
allowed to settle overnight. The juice
is racked to older French oak casks to
ferment and mature over 5 months.
The lees are stirred intermittently for
creaminess and texture.
Dry style, textural, food wine. The
Estate Vineyard Pinot Blanc is the
classic bone dry traditional French
style. Its history has close links to
Chardonnay and you can see the
same sort of fine mineral traits.
Pale straw with a green edge.
Delicate, creamy, nutty and fine.
Gentle aromatics, minerally, drying
phenolics, hazelnut, textural.
Varietal: Pinot Blanc
Region: Yarra Valley, VIC
96 Points - winecompanion.com.au
"A fascinating, lesser seen varietal, and while its been made in old vats and aged on lees, It smells just like a spiced pear and roquette salad. Green pears and peppery leaves, limey citrus acidity, delicacy, texture and length."