2014 Vintage

2014 was a very warm vintage. We had average winter rains, then a very dry spring and summer. Irrigation was the key, as we needed to keep the water upto the vines, to ensure the canopy’s and berries were kept healthy. Late January mother nature gave us 10 days of 40C weather. Mid February we…

2015 Vintage

2015 was a dry vintage, with a very dry autumn and spring. Mother nature gave us some rain late January, but other than that, we were dependant on irrigation to water the vines and protect the grapes. The weather was very different to previous vintages, with both warm days and warm nights. The warm nights,…

2012 Rieslingfreak No.3 Clare Valley Riesling

Replete with floral aromas of orange blossom and jasmine with hints of crushed stones and lime juice, the 2012 No.3 is crisp, clean and dry on the palate. It has a great acid line plus excellent intensity of honey-laced citrus fruit through the finish. Drink it now to 2022+. James Halliday 94 points Sourced from the Clare Valley, the bouquet has a complex mix of spice, talc and floral blossom, the delicious palate with a mix of citrus (dominant) and of passionfruit (just a hint), Has excellent line, length and balance. 2012 Royal Adelaide Wine Show Silver

Rieslingfreak No.4

Fruit for the Eden Valley Riesling is sourced from two vineyards situated between Eden Valley and Flaxman’s Valley. One Riesling vineyard is owned by Michael Mason, situated approximately 3kms north-west of the Eden Valley township. The vineyard is planted on shallow grey sandy loam over shale rock soil, and situated 450m above sea level. The…

Rieslingfreak No.2 and No.8

These Rieslings are sourced from the Hill River Vineyards, which were acquired from Penfolds a number of years ago. The vineyard is situated in the sub region of Polish Hill River, approximately 5kms south-east of the Clare township. The vineyard is planted on grey brown loam, over sandy limestone and shale rock and planted 460m…