Single Vineyard Selection
Fruit for this collection comes from single-vineyard sites that best represent the sub-regional and varietal idiosyncrasies.
This Riesling is made in an elegant, dry style with loads of character. The fruit is sourced from Mount Barker's Pearse Vineyard, an established dry-grown site on the region's south-west plains. It is handpicked and whole bunch-pressed, then cold fermented before bottling to enhance its delicate flavours and aromas.
This is Sauvignon Blanc, but not as you know it. A Single Vineyard Fumé Blanc, it is made in the partially barrel-fermented style that is a hallmark of the Pessac-Léognan/Graves sub-regions in Bordeaux. The oak treatment balances fruit purity with spice, texture and softness. The provenance of the fruit is the Stoney Crossing Vineyard in Pemberton, planted in 1998.
This cool-climate Chardonnay captures a sense of time and place - it showcases Denmark's unique terroir, expressing its maritime climate with a single-vineyard sensibility. It has power and finesse, beauty in its youth, yet the ability to age softly over the next 15 to 20 years.
The Pemberton region of Western Australia has been rapidly gaining a reputation for wine and gourmet produce. The Pinot Noir grape variety is well suited to its cool-climate characteristics. The fruit being sourced from the Eastbrook vineyard is world class, displaying strong varietal characters.
The fruit for this wine comes from the continental cool-climate sub-region of Frankland River in the north-west corner of the Great Southern. It is home to the Riversdale vineyard, planted in 1997 on deep gravelly soils. Ths wine is 100% classic Frankland River Cabernet.
The fruit for this wine comes from the continential cool-climate sub-region of Frankland River, arguably the premier Shiraz growing sub-region of the Great Southern. Planted in 1997, the renowned Riversdale vineyard is widely known for producing distinctive black fruit and black pepper characters and delivers some of the best Frankland River shiraz.