first release of 2019 wines

June saw the release of our brand new 2019 wines - our Bacchus white, Pinot Noir rose and Regent red. "But aren't they going to taste the same as last year's wines?" someone asked. Nope. They may be the same vines, but they are very different grapes. Everything has an effect on the wine, from number of sunlight hours, to rainfall, to nutrients, to average temperatures. And that is juts out in the vineyard. In the winery, its down to the yeast we used, the amount of time on the skins, the cooling systems, the different ferments. Same vines, very different wines.

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