Expressing the multiplicity of lutruwita Tasmania’s terroir, the Vintage Brut is blended from small parcels of grapes from vineyards, tended by sustainability-minded growers, across the island. This wine is about respecting the character of the vintage, preserving it’s individual, complex identity. A snapshot of Tasmania lutruwita, if you will, in each given year.
Made to retain their freshness, these wines spend a minimum of six years on yeast lees with further aging under cork. Each release is limited to 2500 individually numbered bottles (plus magnums).
Blanc de Blanc
Literally, a white wine made from a white grape variety or varieties. The singular is quite deliberate. These wines celebrate Chardonnay.
There are many ways to make pink rosé wines and thus, numerous styles. We choose to present two takes on the pink theme: one, a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir and the second a delicate pure Pinot Noir.