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The first vines were planted in 1979 by Geoff and Susan Bull, making them one of the founding producers in Tasmania and the first on the east coast. Freycinet are on of Australia’s leading and most consistent Pinot Noir producers. Prized fruit is grown in a moderate, yet full ripe way and is sourced to reflect the best impression of the season.
Freycinet Vineyard Location
Located on the spectacular, ocean framed east coast of Tasmania, Freycinet Vineyard takes its name from the coast in which they were pioneers. The site is approximately 100m above sea level and less than 20km from the coast. The original vineyard is set in a natural amphiteatre with warm, shallow, free draining clay on loam soils.
Freycinet Wine Types
Riesling, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot are the major varieties with the exception of the rarely found Schonburger.
All wines appear under the estate brand with the exception of the Sparkling wine – Radenti is the name of the separate brand.
Minimal intervention is key in winemaking with a preference for natural expression of fruit in the winery.
|Address||15919 Tasman Highway, Bicheno, TAS, 7215, Australia|
|Phone||(03) 6257 8574|
This is the top dog pinot noir for Freycinet, and the 2011 vintage is shaping up to be a goodie! This beauty of a wine has loads of red fruits, spicy plums and gaminess on the nose, whilst the palate is taut, tight and terrific with deep dark frui...
The Tasmanian climate is ideal for producing fine elegant Rieslings with beautiful varietal definition. The aroma of fresh flowers with a hint of lime leap out of the glass. The elegant palate reveals rippling, juicy citrus flavours reminiscent of...
Perhaps Tasmania's finest Chardonnay, this sexy svelte and elegant wine marries power with precision to make for one very tasty wine. On the Freycinet subject, if you do get a chance don't miss out on visiting the vineyard itself. Not only it i...