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Marika Gorissen
 
24 August 2015 | Marika Gorissen

Change is coming...

It’s only been a few weeks, but I can see it in the landscape. Change is coming. Change is good.

After a chilly winter, the days are getting a little longer. The crisp mornings will soon bloom into brilliant spring days. The dormant, but distinguished, green and grey features around us will then begin to awaken. Vine sap will start moving, buds will then burst, and the steady path towards the next autumn harvest will begin again.

There are changes inside as well: a “something new…” poster in the Cellar Door captures this sentiment. Like the turning of seasons, the cycle of wine releases has its own revolution. It’s one of the things that many consumers of wine enjoy: the expression of the climate, site and vine of the growing season (and a lot of hard work by both plants and people), embodied in liquid form.

The statement marks TarraWarra’s first release of an Estate-tier Shiraz, sourced from our single block of Shiraz (designated “J-Block”, for those in the know).  Released in the last weekend in July, the wine is beautifully perfumed and vibrant, with classic cool-climate elegance, medium weight and youthful tannins. This is the kind of wine my tastebuds seek out in their seasonal tasting habits this time of year.

As the weather warms, there will also be a few more changes ahead. Our much-anticipated 2015 Rosé will be available soon. Produced from Pinot Noir, with an inviting pale-salmon hue, delicate perfume and moorish texture, it seems to transport my imagination to somewhere balmy and Mediterranean, along the coast of France (okay, so that may sound a bit fanciful, but it’s a darn good Rosé – try it and see!).

For those with questions about TarraWarra Estate (feel free to send them in, I am happy to dig through the archives or ask our resident experts for answers), and enquiries for group tastings in Cellar Door, please contact cellardoor@tarrawarra.com.au.

Look forward to welcoming you back to the Cellar Door sometime!

Marika

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Change is coming...

Marika Gorissen
 
24 August 2015 | Marika Gorissen

Change is coming...

It’s only been a few weeks, but I can see it in the landscape. Change is coming. Change is good.

After a chilly winter, the days are getting a little longer. The crisp mornings will soon bloom into brilliant spring days. The dormant, but distinguished, green and grey features around us will then begin to awaken. Vine sap will start moving, buds will then burst, and the steady path towards the next autumn harvest will begin again.

There are changes inside as well: a “something new…” poster in the Cellar Door captures this sentiment. Like the turning of seasons, the cycle of wine releases has its own revolution. It’s one of the things that many consumers of wine enjoy: the expression of the climate, site and vine of the growing season (and a lot of hard work by both plants and people), embodied in liquid form.

The statement marks TarraWarra’s first release of an Estate-tier Shiraz, sourced from our single block of Shiraz (designated “J-Block”, for those in the know).  Released in the last weekend in July, the wine is beautifully perfumed and vibrant, with classic cool-climate elegance, medium weight and youthful tannins. This is the kind of wine my tastebuds seek out in their seasonal tasting habits this time of year.

As the weather warms, there will also be a few more changes ahead. Our much-anticipated 2015 Rosé will be available soon. Produced from Pinot Noir, with an inviting pale-salmon hue, delicate perfume and moorish texture, it seems to transport my imagination to somewhere balmy and Mediterranean, along the coast of France (okay, so that may sound a bit fanciful, but it’s a darn good Rosé – try it and see!).

For those with questions about TarraWarra Estate (feel free to send them in, I am happy to dig through the archives or ask our resident experts for answers), and enquiries for group tastings in Cellar Door, please contact cellardoor@tarrawarra.com.au.

Look forward to welcoming you back to the Cellar Door sometime!

Marika

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