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“Preserved lemons, lime curd and white peach provide the aroma framework for this wine. There’s an intriguing savoury complexity also. White florals, lime, ginger, oatmeal, pastry and brioche notes all chime in to add extra dimension. There’s an underlying current of evenness and a tension and brightness of natural acidity. The palate is juicy, chewy and textured.”
Simon Black, Wine Maker
Gold Medal - 2019 National Wine Show Canberra
Gold Medal - 2020 MP Wine Show
A very different style to The Eleven, with more emphasis on varietal fruit on both the bouquet and palate. The mouthfeel is juicy to the point of being slippery, leaving a trail of multi stone and citrus fruits in its wake. Gold medal Victorian Wine Show '19.
James Halliday, 2020
Tuerong means "good camping place", and damn, if you camped between these vines you'd be in heaven with this superb Chardonnay and the forever brilliant Pinot Noir.
Scents of gun powder and creme Brulee early move to white-fleshed stonefruit in the mouth. A soft creaminess, vanilla and lemons add layers of intrigue and pleasure. Possessing a delicate width and superb length, it draws out a long and slow.
Cannoli shells and almond meal plus an ever so subtle hint of ginger, the pristine linger of grapefruit acidity adds further polish. Veneers of class. An excellent wine.
Steve Leszczynski, 2021
|The fruit was whole bunch pressed with no sulphur addition at harvest and the juice is oxidatively handled. Minimal settling follows before each batch is transferred to French oak barriques and puncheons (32% new) for wild fermentation and natural malolactic fermentation. The wine is left to mature on lees, which are stirred when appropriate following appraisal. The wine is aged for 11 months in oak prior to blending and bottling.|
|Harvest Date||22nd February, 2018|
|Cases produced||828 cases|