The trio of Peter Dredge, Joe Holyman and Mike Bennie were lured to the incredible biodynamic wonderland of Keeler Estate (nearly two decades certified, unirrigated, no sprays at all, set between regenerated oak savannah and wetlands) to make a bit of wine. They went a bit deeper than they thought, whoops, and ended up mirroring the wines from Brian Tasmania in Willamette Valley, Oregon.
Rizza in Tasmania spends some time under a layer of flor yeast and isn't topped up - an homage to wines of Jura - with Oregon following the same route for winemaking. It's an intense white wine, lots of sea spray characters, salty mineral notes, fresh and preserved lemon, ultra-refreshing but seriously complex. An experience wine, in the best sense, and should age beautifully in cellar if you can be bothered/are patient enough.