A site that seems to throw off saline mineral character in the wine, typically, explains winemaker Pat Sullivan, and the water from the site has low salt content. Broken basalt, deeper soils, bottom of valley in Warrigal, Gippsland.
Succulent, peach and nectarine stone fruit driven wine. Plump but fresh, a screech of saline mineral character and some oatmeal-cashew nut savouriness in the mix. Has a freshness, a maturity in a sense too, open weave but concentrated, lively and feeling very at ease in its frame and shape and vibe. Compelling drinking with a chardonnay pleased to show the verity of chardonnay fruit here. Thank you. - The Wine Front