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The property was established in 1979 and further planted in 1996, but the core premium wines are made from their Burgundian varieties. All the fruit is 100% estate grown, and is farmed on small blocks with varying elevations and soil types, giving a unique palate to work with in the final composition of the wines.
Clyde Park LocationHailing from the Bannockburn wine region north of Geelong in Victoria, Clyde Park specialises in Pinot Noir and Chardonnay wines from their 13 hectares of cool climate vineyards. The vineyards are located on the hillsides above the Moorabool River, offering cool climate influence for the grape growing.
Clyde Park Winery
Viticulture is paramount to the finished wines with low yields and minimal intervention being catch cries of the wine maker.
Clyde Park Wine Types
Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are the focus varieties for Clyde Park, though the winery does produce Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc and Shiraz.
Clyde Park Brands
The winery defines its finished wines by a Reserve bottling and a standard bottling. Reserve wines are elevated fruit quality and oak handling.
|Address||2490 Midland Highway, Bannockburn, VIC, 3331, Australia|
|Phone||(03) 5281 7274|
Full fuchsia pink colour; purple tints. Simple herbal and confectionery aromas; slight redcution. Palate is soft, round and fairly full, with a clean and fairly dry finish. Good balance, texture and round shape. Simple flavour, but pleasant. OK wine.
Medium to full yellow colour, with a brassy tinge. Honeyed, mineral and nougat-like, nutty characters. Light and tangy, but quite mature tasting. Forward development; not sure it has much of a future. Some length to the finish. A pretty decent dri...
Bright light yellow colour. Light, spicy and lightly stone fruity, very attractive aromas, creamy, nutty and custard scents, and again that persistent but subtle note of spice. Soft and properly dry with an attractive touch of richness on the mid-...