2017 Vintage Report
2017 vintage was set by a near perfect growing season with a long-awaited wet winter with rainfall well above the long-term average. With one of the wettest spring seasons on record, this minimised the risk of frost damage. Cooler than average spring and summer temperatures ensured a long, slow growing season allowing intense flavour development and retention of natural grape acidity. Harvest was two weeks later than normal as a result of late January and early February rainfall.