Current Vintage: 2020
Vintage may vary during the year. If you are looking for a specific vintage, please get in touch.
All the vines are rooted in Meadowbank's same soils of loose sand and sandstone over dark brown, coffee rock (sand cemented with iron oxides and organic matter). Although the vines are technically farmed conventionally, there team have effectively practiced organics on these blocks for two decades.
Expect a light and savoury red wine, with a satin-like texture that makes this very, very drinkable. A punch of acid, balanced with highly refined tannins that speak of the cool climate in which these grapes were grown. Super classy, it's a wonderful addition to Australia's slowly growing band of graceful, perfume-driven and digestible Syrah wines.
Just two hours North West of Hobart, you'll be met with pristine rolling hills, glorious countryside and numerous photo opportunities in Derwent Valley. The cool climate brought on by the icy antarctic winds coming off the Tasman Sea and North East facing hillsides make the valley a prime wine growing region.
Much like broader Tasmania, you can expect to find fantastic Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Rieslings and maybe even some Gris! The valley is growing in esteem as the produce in this region is beginning to rival world renowned Pinot Noir growing countries like Oregon and Otago. Fresh and fruity wines in abundance, we cannot speak more highly of the Derwent Valley.