Barringwood | Tasmanian Cuvée Methode Traditionelle
Blush in colour with summer strawberry, pastry and the palate has hints of toffee apple and citrus with a creamy mouth feel. Pair with Oysters or Smoked Salmon.
Barringwood vineyard is located on a steep north facing slope overlooking the Don Valley in Tasmania's central North. Established in 1993 the vineyard rises to an elevation of 280m and has one of the longest growing seasons in Tasmania giving their wines delicacy, elegance and immense complexity as well as a distinct backbone of cool climate acidity.
Their success in producing outstanding wines on a climatically marginal site is dependent on supreme diligence and attention to detail in the vineyard.
Blend of 64% Pinot Noir & 46% Chardonnay | Grapes were whole bunch‐pressed | Partial (60%) malolactic fermentation | Crafted using the Méthode Traditionelle process | 15 months on yeast lees | 13% abv | 4 g/L dosage | 750ml