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2017 Pinot Noir Single Vineyard Yarra Valley

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SKU: HP17VI-YAPTNOIR6

  • WINE STYLE
    WINE STYLE
    Textured & Savoury
  • FOOD PAIRING
    FOOD PAIRING
    Poultry, Mushroom Pasta, Cheese and Charcuterie
  • HIGHLIGHTS
    HIGHLIGHTS
    Highbow Hill - Vineyard of the year at the 2017 Yarra Valley Wine Show
 
Occasion
Wedding anniversary, Treat yourself

SERVING TEMPERATURE | 16 - 18°

CELLAR POTENTIAL | Up to 10 - 15 years

TASTING NOTES

Using only the finest fruit from select blocks at our Highbow Hill Vineyard, this wine has concentrated berry fruit flavours and fine tannin.

WINEMAKING

This is a single vineyard, single clone wine (MV6). The fruit was destemmed and cold soaked before fermentation by wild yeasts in open fermenters. The ferments were hand plunged twice daily. The wine was matured in French oak barriques, about 40% new, for 10 months.

 
THE VINEYARD

THE VINEYARD

Highbow Hill Vineyard

Highbow Hill Vineyard is made up of 40 hectares of established vines planted on rolling hills just north of the Yarra Valley. The name Highbow Hill Vineyard is derived from the local landscape feature High Bow Hill, which is the dominant feature on the eastern boundary of the property.

Soils are sandy loam over clay and gravel over mudstone.

The long driveway meanders through the vines to the residence and provides uninterrupted views of the lake-sized dam and surrounding panorama.

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THE TIER

THE TIER

Single Vineyard

SPECIAL OCCASIONS • GIFTING

These rare single vineyard wines are only released in the finest vintages as the best of the best from our carefully managed vineyards.

The labels each feature a collection of objects from the vineyard the wine was grown.

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THE STORY BEHIND THE LABEL

THE STORY BEHIND THE LABEL

The Artwork

Bark, Eucalyptus, Gumnuts

The landscape of Highbow Hill Vineyard features established vines planted on rolling hills. Eucalyptus and gum trees are widespread with a diverse range of soils ranging from sandy loam to yellow clays.

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