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Songlines is a wine project conceived by wine making identities Martin Krajewski, David Fatches and John Duval. The wines aim to be produced from the finest vineyard sites, using the best fruit available in the pursuit of ultimate premium wines.
Songlines Estates Location
Songlines Estates sources from vineyard sites in the Hunter Valley and McLaren Vale wine growing regions. The Shiraz wines are produced from vines varying from 40 to 110 years old while the Chardonnay is produced from a 30 year old plus vineyard in the Hunter Valley. Other vineyard sites are selected for key varieties in the Bylines range.
Songlines Estates Wine Styles
Shiraz and Chardonnay form the core of the wine offering from Songlines Estates however recent additions include Semillon, Riesling and Pinot Noir from alternate sites. The Songlines Shiraz is the flagship wine.
Songlines Estates Brands
The range is divided into Songlines, Leylines and Bylines wines.
Songlines Estates Winery
From unirrigated vines with low yields, the fruit for Songlines is hand picked and hand processed to maintain maximum flavour from the unique sites. Winemakers John Duval and David Fatches guide the process, drawing on their depth of skill to create these distinctive wines.
|Wine Region||Hunter Valley|
|Address||473 Deasy's Road, Pokolbin, NSW, 2320, Australia|
|Phone||(02) 4998 7058|
We bang on a bit about value here at Cracka. But seriously, isn't that what we're all looking for in a wine purchase? In this Songlines mixed case, the value is evident for all to see in the way of a robust McLaren Vale Shiraz coupled with a Hunt...
We bang on a bit about value here at Cracka. But seriously, isn't that what we're all looking for in a wine purchase? In this Songlines mixed case, the value is evident for all to see in the way of a robust McLaren Vale Shiraz coupled with a Hu...
It's a shame to see this looking as average as it does - with John Duval no longer involved in the project it looks like the new owners of the brand may be cutting some corners judging by how dissapointing this is. Ordinary wine.