Established in 1985, the Tucks vines are planted in red volcanic clays with the elevation varying between 90 and 110 metres above sea level. A cooler site, which consistently delivers intensity of flavour and purity of fruit. Considered winemaking coaxes out what we think is the best expression of the site. In 2018, the blend is predominantly MV6 clone with 15% D-clone in the mix. A warmer year for Pinot Noir on the Peninsula witnessed by the ripe juicy fruit and plush tannin profile.