High natural acidity, minerality and zesty fruit.
Dry. Crisp. Green apple. Yeasty Creaminess
The Fordwich Hill vineyard was planted by Lindemans on the red volcanic soil of the Fordwich Sill in the late 1960’s.This vineyard produces wines of a richer softer style with intense citrus like flavours because the soil allows us to leave the fruit on for increased ripeness of flavor without loss of acidity. Made in the pure Hunter style with clean juice, stainless steel and neutral yeast.
The most unique variety the Hunter Valley produces. Traditionally a very lean austere wine when young however the volcanic soil of Broke Fordwich provides more palate weight and ripeness than most Hunter producers.
A dozen bottles of a crowd favourite 2019 Margan Chardonnay at an irrestible price. A delicious creamy texture, lively acidity and balanced palate. Add to that a generous helping of stone fruit and you’ve got a complex, yet approachable chardonnay.
Here in Broke Fordwich Verdelho has established itself as a truly unique wine with classic varietal definition and structure.Our White Label has been selected fromingle block of our old vine Verdelho selected on the basis that it provides a combination of fruit flavours with medium bodied richness and strength of acidity.
Old, low yielding vines give us ripe flavours at lower sugars and higher acidity which allows me to make textured wines with less oak and finer flavour profiles. The White Label Chardonnay is picked from the old Saxonvale vineyard and is fermented in new French oak puncheons using natural yeast and a high percentage of grape solids in the ferment.
Picked from vines yielding less than two tonnes to the acre and grown on the red basalt soil of Broke Fordwich, from some of the oldest Verdelho vines planted in Australia. This pack contains a dozen bottles of our 2018 Margan Verdelho.
Our Ceres Hill Semillon is generously aromatic with light and crisp palate. Single vineyard and sustainably farmed.
Our White Label Verdelho has been coming from the old Saxonvale vineyards for many years now. In 2013 we picked Block 15 of the 35 acres of Verdelho, it had all of the components we look for in the one batch of fruit. It always looked like a perfect block of grapes and the wine has always looked special.