White Wine, Beechworth

With soils packed with minerals and a range of altitudes and terroir, Beechworth is situated on the continental side of the Victorian Alps, setting the scene for warm, sunny days as well as cool nights, which temper any heat and produce wine grapes with natural elegance.

Beechworth is home to some of the best Chardonnay produced in Australia, along with other cool-climate varietals like Pinot Noir. A focus on small-batch production lends a boutique air to Beechworth with winemakers being hands-on when it comes to every aspect of their vines and wines.
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  1. Savaterre Chardonnay 2001
    When rare parcels of particularly outstanding Beechworth grapes become available, winemaker Keppell Smith likes to create something unique and bottle it under Savaterre's 'Frere Cadet' (Younger Brother) label. The Frere Cadet range of wines evolved to be more accessible in ... Learn More
  2. Giaconda Pinot Noir 2006
    Beautiful deep aromatics of cherry and exotic spices. Characters of forest floor are evident on both the nose and palate. It has a rich, savoury and powerful palate, followed by gripy tannins and lingering acidity. Great balance with perfect weight. ... Learn More
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    James Suckling
  3. Giaconda Pinot Noir 2005
    Beautiful deep aromatics of cherry and exotic spices. Characters of forest floor are evident on both the nose and palate. It has a rich, savoury and powerful palate, followed by gripy tannins and lingering acidity. Great balance with perfect weight. ... Learn More
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    Campbell Mattinson
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