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Meadowbank was first planted in 1974 prior to the purchase of the estate by Gerald and Sue Ellis in 1976. The initial plantings were small, but the business was enthusiastically grown by Gerald into the premium offering that is seen today.
Meadowbank Wines Location
Located in the verdant Coal River Valley, north of Hobart in Tasmania, Meadowbank has two estate vineyards spanning over 50 hectares. The primary vineyard sites are at Cambridge and Glenora.
Meadowbank Wine Types
Meadowbank makes Mardi, a sparkling wine, and a range of table wines using Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Cabernet.
There is a core range but reserve wines include the Grace Elizabeth Chardonnay and the Henry James Pinot Noir.
Modern winemaking influence is obvious in these well packaged, cleanly made wines. Reflecting their cool climate origins, the winemaking team pick at physiological ripeness to elicit the most natural expression of their fruit.
|Address||699 Richmond Road, Cambridge, TAS, 7170, Australia|
|Phone||(03) 6248 4484|
Medium to full yellow-green; pronounced charry bacon oak adds significantly to the complexity of the bouquet, and also makes a strong statement on the palate. The wine has the fruit weight to carry the oak, and will very likely be relatively long-...
Medium yellow-green; a complex bouquet with some malolactic fermentation influences and slightly malty/hessiany oak which likewise conies through on the palate. However, the wine has above-average richness and weight, with just a hint of mandarin ...