More About Eddystone Point Wines
Inaugurally released in 2013, Eddystone Point realises a vision to create wines that are drinkable, affordable and represent the undisputed quality of Tasmanian fresh produce
Careful vineyard selection, matching the right varietals with the appropriate subregion within the cool climate of Tasmania, are essential to ensuring fruit flavour and quality are maximised. Sourcing and nurturing fruit from across all subregions of Tasmania to produce wines that are complex and show distinct and concentrated varietal flavour. Eddystone Point range is fresh, vibrant and approachable in its youth. Eddystone Point wines are made for everyday drinking. The core of the range express concentrated varietal character with a fresh backbone of acidity, but the youth and curiosity of the Eddystone Point drinker encourages more experimental winemaking inclusion and an element of funk.
About Eden Road Winery
Eden Road are creating some of the most exciting contemporary styled wines from the ancient soils of the Australian high country, engaging in a passionate search of fruit for the creation of truly regional wine
Few wineries as young or as small as Eden Road have won so many prestigious awards. Their dedication to searching for great terroir, coupled with a desire and devotion to unlocking the potential and uniqueness of local fruit. Since its very first Vintage when it won the Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy, Long Road Shiraz has quickly become one of the most storied and eagerly sought after Shiraz wines. Part of the intrigue of Long Road Shiraz stems from the fact that it was born to express the new and exciting wine regions around the high country of NSW, as an elegant and contemporary style of Shiraz. The style has evolved since 2008, when exploring the high country of NSW predominantly involved Canberra and the Hilltops region. It has now extended to include the hidden jewel of the Gundagai region as a thriving source for Long Road Shiraz.
About the Egon Muller Winery
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About the Elderton Winery
Based in the heart of Australia's Barossa Valley and boasting vineyards over a century old, Elderton is a producer of some of the world's great wines
Winner of Australia's most coveted wine award the Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy (1993) and the prestigious London International Wine & Spirit Competition's World's Best Shiraz Trophy (2000), Elderton remains proudly owned by the Ashmead family. The Elderton Vineyard is located on the banks of the North Para River, which is on the southern edge of the township of Nuriootpa. The Barossa Valley's climate is classified as Mediterranean, which amounts to warm summers (average temperature in January is 25°C to 35°C) and cool wet winters with an annual rainfall of 550 mm. The vineyard was planted in 1904 by Samuel Elderton Tolley, with a view to supplying Barossa wineries with premium fruit. After a period of neglect, the Ashmead family purchased the vineyard in 1979 and went about restoring it to its former glory. Modern viticulture practices were employed and the vineyard began to flourish.
About Elgee Park Wines
Established by Baillieu Myer in 1972, Elgee Park is the oldest vineyard on the Mornington Peninsula
Baillieu (Bails) Myer A.C. became interested in winemaking after a visit by David Wyn in 1970. The picturesque property is situated at the end of Wallaces Road, Merricks North, approximately 80 km by road from Melbourne and 30 km from Sorrento. The cellar door is now situated at the Merricks General Wine Store. Baillieu (Bails) and Sarah Myer have seen the fulfillment of a vision which began many years ago. With careful nurturing, they have created a unique place from where many award winning wines originate. Today the 5 hectares under vine comprise riesling, chardonnay, viognier, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir, merlot and small plantings of pinot gris and shiraz.
About Escarpment Winery
Situated just 5 kilometres east of Martinborough village, Escarpment's 24 hectares of distinctive alluvial gravel, terraced land stretches out along the banks of the Huangarua River
Overlooking the vineyard are the Aorangi Ranges, the very hills made famous by Kupe the great Polynesian voyager who discovered New Zealand, according to Maori legend. Kupe left his three canoes, Nga Waka, on top of the range, giving rise to the now familiar landmark of the district, the three flat-topped hills on top of the range, which resemble unturned canoes. This warrior and his story provide the inspiration for the vineyard's distinctive brand and logo
Escarpment Kupe Chardonnay 2011»
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Escarpment Kupe Pinot Noir 2011»
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Escarpment Moana Pinot Noir 2007»
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Escarpment Te Rehua Pinot Noir 2011»
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More About Etko Winery
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More About Euroa Creeks Wines
Euroa Creeks is a single vineyard winemaking operation in the warmer Goulburn Valley region of Victoria
Winemaker David Lloyd of Mornington's Eldridge Estate is well known for his obsession with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, but few knew of his passion for rich, ripe shiraz. In 2002 Lloyd found a vineyard in Victoria's Goulburn Valley that was small, and hand tended, producing nothing but sensational Shiraz fruit. Lloyd selected the Euroa Creeks purely on the basis of quality of the vineyard's fruit. The site is owner operated by Jo and Andrew Gall and is located a little east of the township of Euroa about 5km north of the Hume Highway. Tasting the grower's own Lilys Garden Shiraz, Lloyd knew there was a sensational wine waiting to be made. The result was 300 cases of Euroa Creeks 2002 Shiraz, bottled on 6 December 2003.
More About Evans Tate Wines
Evans & Tate were at the forefront of the Margaret River's rise to international recognition as one of the world's great winegrowing appellations
Like many tales, Evans & Tate's does not begin in Australia. Lionel Teitelbaum was born in 1899 in a village called Nicopol in the Ukraine. Still a young boy when he emigrated to Australia in 1909, Lionel was bounding with confidence and enthusiasm. Such energy translated into a successful family and business life, creating a solid foundation for the future Tate generations. Lionel ensured that his son John enjoyed the benefits of an education as well as an appreciation of cultural pursuits including art, music and wine.
About Evelyn County Winery
The Yarra Valley's Evelyn County Estate vineyard site produces premium cool climate fruit displaying naturally high acidity and intense fruit flavours and aromas
Established in 1995, Evelyn County Estate's cellar door/restaurant/gallery facility is simply stunning. Awarded the Australian Institute of Architects "Best New Commercial 2002", the building overlooks superb rural vistas, waterways and the exquisite 18 acre estate vineyard.