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The Lovedale district of Hunter Valley is synonymous with world class Semillon. Resolved to make a transition from mining to wining, the De Iuliis family acquired a grazing property along Lovedale Road and established vines in the early 1990s. De Iuliis»
Paringa Estate has established an unassailable repute over the last twenty years as one of the leading small winery vineyards in the country, named Australian Winery of the Year by James Halliday. Paringa Shiraz won a total of six trophies including Best of Show at the 2006 Royal Sydney, sweeping the field with five Gold Medals and five Trophies, including the prestigious Best of Show and Best Shiraz at the 2009 Royal Sydney, as well as Best Shiraz Trophy Royal Melbourne. Paringa Estate»
Named for a rare grasshopper Sigaus childi, found only at Central Otago within the Earnscleugh gold mine tailings, just across the road from Grasshopper Rock vineyard. The site is fortuitously harsh and sufficiently challenging to make the vines work their hardest. Grasshopper Rock»
A mostly Cabernet wine with a tenth of Merlot, a jot of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, representing almost a third of Hollick's annual production. Previous vintages of Tannery Block have won numerous prestigious awards, including the pre-eminent Jimmy Watson, Robert Bryce and Arthur Kelman Trophies. Hollick»
The Sexton family live in the middle of their eighty acre vineyard on the high north face of the Warramate Ranges, within the dress circle of Yarra Valley. The vineyard is introducing organic practises with the express purpose of further distinguishing the site and improving grape and wine quality. Giant Steps»
Mt Burrumboot was going to be a legend from the very outset, the inaugural vintage of this magic Shiraz claimed Gold in San Francisco. An awesome example of Heathcote, the earliest editions all showed fantastic aromas, intense fruit, and true finesse. Mount Burrumboot»
Paringa is one of Victoria's leading estates, having claimed Royal Melbourne Most Successful Winery Trophy and earning impressive international acclaim for it's founder, the eminent Lindsay McCall. His style is defined by his passion for viticulture and devotion to the art of making nothing but the finest wines. Paringa Estate»
Richly stylized Barossa Cabernet Sauvignon, previously winner of the Stodart Trophy, made for many years by the family behind the illustrious Pepperjack. The story of this enduring wine dates back to 1844, when William Salter built a stone house for his family naming it Mamre Brook, after Abrahams spiritual home. Saltram»
Perfect balance in wine cannot be manufactured, it occurs naturally. Gemtree achieves this elusive idyll. Gemtree»
Willow Creek has quickly gained a reputation as one of the leading Mornington wineries, producing ultra fine Pinot Noir. From the first multiple trophy winning 1994 edition it was clear that Willow Creek was an exceptional site yielding superlative fruit. Willow Creek»
Sofitel Melbourne Trophy Best Chardonnay. Eileen Hardy is the finest white in the Hardys portfolio, sourced from some of Australia's most superior vineyards.. Hardys»
Named for the Chapel district of Lenton in Nottingham, Brae is Scottish for a small hill, which is what the Lenton Brae vineyard is situated on. Fortuitously placed within the very epicenter for superior Margaret River Cabernet, the site was planted after advisement from the proprietors of nearby Moss Wood, with which it shares a similar terroir and microclime. Lenton Brae»
Bindi Composition Chardonnay 2010
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Region Macedon / Victoria
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Bindi Composition Pinot Noir 2010
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Region Macedon / Victoria
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Bindi Pyrette Heathcote Shiraz 2010
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Varietal Shiraz
Region Heathcote / Victoria
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Bindi - Bindi - Tasting Notes On Australian & New Zealand wines
Bindi are one of Australia's most exciting new wineries. Critical acclaim is overwhelming, production is tiny and demand always outstrips supply

It's all about the environment and care for the land. The Bindi property is situated 50 kilometers northwest of Melbourne in the Macedon Ranges. Originally purchased in the 1950s as part of the larger grazing farm Bundaleer, Bindi is a 170 hectare farm of which 6 hectares are planted to Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Fifteen hectares are dedicated to managed plantation eucalypts for high grade furniture timber whilst the remainder of the land is maintained as remnant bush land and important indigenous grasslands. The Bindi vineyard is the fundamental focus of endeavors. The vineyard and winemaking philosophy seeks balance and purity in the expression of each individual vineyard site and this philosophy is applied to farming and conservation across the entire property, the preservation of natural harmony. - Bindi - Tasting Notes On Australian & New Zealand wines

Vineyard elevation is 500 meters above sea level and soils are predominantly shattered quartz over siltstone clays with some eroded volcanic top soil over clay. Generally unfertile, yields are a scant 1½ to 2 tonnes per acre (3.5 to 5.0 tonnes per hectare). Increasingly low impact, organic outcomes are being trialed and implemented. There are two hectares of Chardonnay, planted in 1988, and four of Pinot Noir, planted in 1988 and 1992. The younger Pinot Noir Block K was established in 2001 and is currently being trained to come of age as a super elite vineyard.

The winemaking incorporates a high percentage of natural indigenous yeasts, gently worked ferments, delicate pressing, long lees ageing in the finest oak and a minimal racking. The wines are unfined and restricted filtration regimes are followed. The yields, harvest date and vinification techniques are deliberately aimed at producing a wine of regional authenticity in a style highlighting fragrance and vitality, harmony and finesse.

The environment, free draining quartzy soils, cool climate and north-facing hill are all reasons the Bindi have done so well. It's the site and environment that produces such exceptional wine. Exclusively French oak barrels are used to make pinot noir, chardonnay and a sparkling wine that is matured in the bottle for up to eight years, a wine high on production cost and relatively low on price, made purely for the fun and indulgence. - Bindi - Tasting Notes On Australian & New Zealand wines

Everyone involved has a hand on the entire winemaking process, from pruning to picking, crushing and racking, labelling and packaging. Fastidious small vineyard management regimes are employed, hand pruning, frequent passes, at least ten for each vine, vertical shoot positioned canopies and hand harvesting. Emphasis is on a whollistic and natural approach to making good wine.

The vineyard is the focus but the aim is to maintain balance and harmony between viticulture and wild remnant bush lands. Bindi are unique in that they do not use systemic applications to eradicate pests. Winemaking is an equal partner to preservation of the natural environment. The vines are surrounded by wild grass which has no commercial use. But it's indigenous grass and it's rare, one of the few places in Victoria where it's still intact. It is part of the environment that Bindi aims to preserve. For all of Bindi's 170 hectares, only six are planted to vines. The environmental credentials may have no direct influence on Bindi's critical acclaim, which is judged purely on wine. But it is one of the reasons for the estate's success. The vines exist in a natural, harmonious environment, and that is why the vineyard is viable in the long term.

The quartz riddled, gently north sloping three acre Original Vineyard produces very fine, spicy, fragrant wine that has high natural acidity and develops beautifully. Block Five is a half hectare on a sheltered, north facing, and very quartz riddled site. It is a wonderful natural vineyard exposition. Pinot Noir from here is always darker in fruit expression and immediately more spicy and earthy than the Original Vineyard. It is less immediately perfumed and has more tannin and fruit power. At the upper end of the Chardonnay plantings, where the quartz incidence in the soil is the greatest, the fruit has extra complexity, finesse and intensity. A half hectare site, exceptional wine comes from this soil. - Bindi - Tasting Notes On Australian & New Zealand wines

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