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Why do we love this case?

This trio of wine certainly plays to Tasmania’s strengths - pinot noir, chardonnay and riesling. And trying to pick the best wine out of the three is like asking a parent to choose a favourite child. Instead, it’s best to highlight the positives in each - and to avoid any tantrums. We love the pinot noir for its sheer presence, the chardonnay for its fruit purity and the riesling for its laser-like line and length. It really is the case that it’s impossible to say that one is better than the others. Of course - they all have their individual strengths - and you’ll be blown away when you discover them for yourself! 

Each case contains one of each:

Red
Pinot Noir
Tasmania

Meadowbank Pinot Noir 2018
Cranberry
Redcurrant
Spice
Medium-bodied
Bright
Concentrated
James Halliday
James Suckling
Gary Walsh, Wine Front
Special Value Award Halliday Wine Companion

Those in search of the holy grail of the wine world (yes - it’s pinot noir!) will have no problem discovering this en route. This is a seriously good pinot with no shortage of thought behind its production. There’s three lots of picking over two weeks providing freshness from the first pick, body from the second and the third pick is fermented with 50% whole bunches to add further complexity. The result is sublime and those three different picking dates show. There’s plush fruit on the nose - with beautiful briary brambly notes from the whole bunch. The palate follows suit finishing with tart, lip-smacking acidity that drives a gorgeous line and length. This is bright, fresh - and seriously good gear.

White
Chardonnay
Tasmania

Meadowbank Chardonnay 2018
Lemon
Minerally
Peach
Medium-bodied
Bright
Elegant
James Halliday
James Suckling
5 star Halliday rated winery

While some Tassie wines might seem like the new kid on the block, there’s some decent vine age down there too. The Meadowbank Chardonnay vineyard was planted in 1987, so with 30+ years of vine age, the quality fruit here is really singing. For this chardy, the Meadowbank team puts the focus on the fruit without too much winemaking intervention. Lees stirring is kept to a minimum so the purity of fruit shines through, and then its framed with subtle French oak. Only 15% new oak barriques were used with the remainder in used barriques - again to let the chardonnay fruit enjoy centre-stage. You’ll love the balance and structure here. Pithy citrus notes and piercing minerality meld with the right touch of oak for support - without masking the wine’s fruit purity. This is text-book Tassie at its finest.

White
Riesling
Tasmania

Meadowbank Riesling 2019
Citrus
Lemon Zest
Minerally
Light-bodied
Bright
Elegant
5 star Halliday rated winery
Single vineyard

Sometimes it’s best to hear about a wine straight from the horse’s mouth. Here’s what winemaker Peter Dredge has to say and after reading - you may just think that he has Riesling pumping through his veins - such is his passion and respect for this noble variety. “My passion for Riesling really started after finishing University in 2002 and landing assistant winemaker at Petaluma. Clare Valley Riesling became my focus, then came vintages at J.L. Wolf In the Pfalz and Dr. Loosen* in the Mosel, before becoming senior White Winemaker at Petaluma in 2006,” Peter says. “Ten years later I couldn’t have been happier when I started working with some old vine (1974) and more recently planted German Riesling clones at Meadowbank Vineyard. The 2019 Meadowbank Riesling is a unique, single vineyard riesling with texture and depth, drinking well from the get-go, but also has the ability to drink well for decades. 60% stainless steel, wild fermented riesling left with some residual sugar. 40% old oak, wild ferment, left on lees for three months, blended and bottled.”