Mountadam Vineyards Mountadam Pinot Gris 2017

Mountadam Vineyards Eden Valley Pinot Gris

Vineyard: Mountadam Vineyards has long been recognised as one of Eden Valley's pinnacle vineyards. Established in the 1970's and mastering cool climate varieties such as Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer before an array of red wine varieties took hold. The vineyard is situated in the High Eden region of the Barossa at an altitude of 550m, where the breezes and slow ripening micro-climate enable superior quality of wine grapes.

Season: The vintage can be characterised as long and cool with good winter rains providing high moisture levels in the soil. January to February were cooler than expected with March having warmer days 2 - 3 degrees above average.

Wine making: Free run juice was fermented in stainless steel whilst the pressings remained on skins to  ferment further in seasoned French oak barriques. Lees were stirred for three months prior to stabilisation and bottling.

Appearance: Straw

Aroma/Bouquet: Aromas of nashi pear, green apple, fig and orange blossom.

Palate: Orange citrus, pear, nutmeg and spice lead to textured and a complex palate with balanced acidity and layering of secondary fruits. A delightful finish, which lingers.

Food Pairing: Pork belly with Gala apples and pomegranate salad, Red snapper curry or a selection of mature cheddar's.

Alcohol: 13%

pH: NA

Acidity: NA

Residual Sugar: NA

Production: NA

Cellar potential: 10+ years

Wine maker: Helen McCarthy

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Mountadam Vineyards was established in 1972 as one of Australia's pioneer Chardonnay producers, by the late David Wynn, without question one of the most significant contributors to the Australian wine industry and an important part of the Mountadam story. The Wynn family have now moved on with David Brown now the custodian of this majestic site.