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2020 • 10.6%Alc

Ocean spray. A walk on the beach at sunset. A bag of sherbet and a pink lemonade from the kiosk. Memories. Or the adult version: you passed out, woke up sandy, someone stole your backpack. Classic you. Pinot Noir - Savagnin - Chardonnay all direct pressed.
Our 2020 Pash Rash sees pinot rubbing shoulders with some friends. Why? The ferments hummed along so healthily we had to slow them down with sweet juice. A good challenge to have, it’s kinda same but different this year, gentle fizz, the pinot bringing the fun, while the savagnin brings some adult supervision to the proceedings, with the faintest whiff of brioche at the end.
Sophisticated? Nah. But a bit more chic for sure.


2019 • 11.7%Alc

Wild strawberry - Sherbet - Jalapeño margarita.
White Cabernet, Direct Pressed Pinot Grigio with just enough Sangiovese to blush its cheeks.
On the nose, herbaceous and musky leading to some kinda subtle boiled lolly vibe. Acid is a driver here, minerality for days. That Jalepeno vibe at the end makes me wanna smash 8 or 9 fish tacos. Wildy refreshing.
This one screams for some sunshine, some friends and some tumblers. Salud!


2018 • 12.1%Alc

Campania-esque grapefruit and herby bitterness floating in the ether. Something fun we’d kinda forgotten about. A snapshot of our garden we loaded a muslin bag with Cola, Wormwood, Orange Peel, Bergamot, Chocolate Mint, Coriander Seed and Lemon Verbena. Submerged in a tank of Pinot Gris/Chardy/Savagnin, we let steep for months. Orange orchard, quenching acidity, bitter grapefruit pith on the finish.
Tasting blind you might say it’s an orange wine from Campania, that some mad dog is pouring from a magnum. But the signature kick on the finish transports you somewhere else. JUST. YUM.


2019 • 11.4%Alc

Equal parts whole bunches and direct pressed juice, macerated for a couple of weeks - gentle gentle, no agro! Some direct pressed wine blended in to add freshness. Bright orange in colour, apricots and concentrated white peach. Moreish acidity with a lick of tannin driving it home. Fire up some northern Thai food and start living!


2019 • 12.2%Alc

Picked during a wild heatwave, 3 days over 40c - brutal! Whole bunches, jumped on and macerated for 4 days, topped up with some Pash Rash juice. Fresh and bright, with lively acidity. Reminds me a little bit of Allens toffee apple lollies, some tiny tannin hiding out right in the back. Hard not to smash a bottle.


2019 • 12.1%Alc

2019 yielded a tiny crop of Gris, a single 300L barrel. De-stemmed by hand and gently macerated for a week. Bright ruby in colour, a much more serious affair than the 2018. Round and ripe yet still feeling quite light, nice length coming from the fine tannin. Complete.


2019 • 11.9%Alc

Semi carbonic Merlot, topped up with rosé. Fresh strawberries, saltwater pool, leading to a savoury herbaceous finish. Inbetween a rosé & light red. Chill it down, its your ISOLATION/HOUSE PARTY/ZOOM soifer!


2018 • 12.1%Alc

50/50 Chardonnay & Savagnin, direct pressed to barrel and left untouched until the following summer. Ocean spray, salted lemons, faint nuttiness. Leave it open and watch it unfold!


2018 • 12.8%Alc

Hand de-stemmed, macerated until you can feel a bit of tannin. 8% SUPER light Pinot Noir blended before bottling. Cherries, Rasberries, Strawberry yoghurt. After a solid day in the garden, it’s really hitting the spot!


2019 • 10.9%Alc

Mount Torrens Sangiovese, semi carbonic. Bright ruby, bright aromatics, brighter acidity. Juicy raspberries, lick of tannin - light chill and off you go... YUM!


2019 • 10.7%Alc

Mount Compass Pinot Noir, picked, pressed, bottled. Simple...ish? Quenchy grapefruit flavours married with fresh strawberry in a delicious fizzy hit. Serve chilled!


2018 • 12.8%Alc

Direct pressed, some time in tank and barrel. On opening energetic acidity! With some time, opening to round, fruit driven fleshy melony pith. YUM!


2018 • 11.2%Alc

60% direct pressed, 40% de-stemmed and macerated. Gently floral, think white gum flower on the nose and lemonade fruit in your mouth. Arse end into a decanter to reveal a focused spine of minerality and nervy acidity.

BATTERED SAV - Chardonnay/Savagnin

2018 • 10.9%Alc

Second iteration of our evolving white blend. Chardonnay direct pressed to tank wth lightly skin-touched Savagnin. A texturally serious white, but darn easy to sink.


2018 • 11.4%Alc

Super light treatment yielding a super light wine. Lithe and elegant. Let it breathe and ye shall be rewarded. But we find it hard to leave this one sitting there.


2018 • 9.9%Alc

Pours bright ruby and dances around with fancy aromatico flair. It gives you a little lick of tannin and a good hit of acid... just how we like it.


2018 • 11.7%Alc

Pinot Noir, direct pressed. Sent to bottle with around 8 grams of sugar to finish fermenting. Quenchy Grapefruit vibes.

FLAT OUT - Field Blend

2018 • 11%Alc

All the varieties grown at the Mount Compass vineyard, whole bunch pressed and fermented in tank. Refreshing watermelon-like juice. We serve it over ice.


2018 • 11%Alc

A first for us, RED WINE! A #classic blend of Dolcetto, Sangiovese and Alicante Bouschet from Mount Torrens. Fresh crushed red fruits ... FRESH! Dexter’s pasta compatability score: 100.


2017 • 12.4%Alc

Whole bunch pressed Savagnin topped with skinsy Sauvignon Blanc. Lightly aromatico, highly smashico!


2017 • 11.1%Alc

Pours bright ruby in the glass, drinks like a light red with bit of grip and quenching acid.


2017 • 11.2%Alc

Chardonnay + Zippy Sauvignon blanc. Chill it down and slam it or watch it unfold over a few days. A textural white for the summertime times.

FLATOUT - Field Blend

2017 • 12%Alc

Straight-pressed Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir over whole bunches of Merlot, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Savagnin. Refreshing watermelon-like juice. We serve it over ice.


2017 • 11%Alc

Straight-pressed Pinot Gris and Sauvignon Blanc, sent to bottle with around 10 grams of sugar to finish ferment. Boozy pub squash - ZING!


2016 • 13.9%Alc

Skinsy Pinot Gris and Sauvignon Blanc hanging out with straight-pressed Savagnin. Chills in bottle for a year, loves a bit of air on opening.

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