Although both vineyards are in the Central Ranges of New South Wales they differ markedly in their terroir. Bunnamagoo has one of the coolest climates in Australia. That, together with its deep volcanic basalt soils results in wines of distinctive regional style. At Eurunderee the warmer climate and variable soils under laid with limestone produce wines with subtle nuances quite different from those from Bunnamagoo. The winery is located at Eurunderee where the grapes are treated with the individuality that they deserve. The cellar is door is adjacent to the winery and is open to the public.
Single vineyard wines such as those produced by Bunnamagoo Estate are subject to vagaries of season and accordingly each vintage has its own character and taste. Skillful winemaking ensures that the promise of each vintage can be fully realized. The wines have received many medals on the rare occasions that they have been shown and have received consistently high ratings from the critics.
Made from parcels of premium fruit from Mudgee region in the Central Ranges of NSW. Fermentation of the juice at cool temperatures retained fresh lemon and grape fruit aromas. The palate is generous in flavour with a brightness provided by the clean mineral acidline.
Food: Crumbed cod with hand-cut chips and homemade tartare
This sparkling wine is made using traditional bottle fermentation techniques from cool climate fruit. It has balanced natural acid along with aromas of apple, grapefruit and brioche characters. A palate with complexity complemented by a fine bead and texture..
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