Farming

Four Reasons We LOVE Cover Crops… And Why You Should Too!

Cover cropping is an increasingly common practice amongst vine growers. Of course it’s definitely not a new practise but it’s one that is coming back in fashion and we’re pretty happy about that!

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WE ARE DONE! Three months of pruning never went so quick!

Cover cropping is an increasingly common practice amongst vine growers. Of course it’s definitely not a new practise but it’s one that is coming back in fashion and we’re pretty happy about that!

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Yarra Junction – a new beginning

The journey of the last 17 years has allowed us to push ideas, work with multiple soils, sites, elevations and planting configurations.
Through many observations and even more mistakes, we now feel we are in a position to be responsible for a total property development, ultimately resulting in better land care and expression. 

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2019 Rieslings

Just released, here’s a wrap-up of our new rieslings… 2019 Spring Riesling Now our fifth release off this our younger vineyard, this for me is the most delicious and balanced texturely spring riesling to date. Although a younger vineyard grown on sandy pink quartz soils, this reflects just how wonderful the Strathbogie Ranges is for wines of […]

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17 Hugh Cabernets & other reds

This release is mostly about introspection and determination. 2017 has been well documented for being such a kind season. Our 2017 Hugh Cabernet is vivid in structure, clarity and refreshing fruit depth. I suspect this is one of the most balanced Cabernets we have bottled. Certainly I rush into this wine only to encounter the depth of […]

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