The pursuit of Pinot perfection
The Yarra Valley, like many regions in Victoria, had its early viticultural history halted in the late 1880s due to the gold rush and in some cases, phylloxera. The resurgence of interest began again in the 1970s and the Yarra Valley is considered to be one of the pioneer areas for the development of modern Pinot Noir in Australia.
The Yarra Valley is now recognised as one of Australia’s foremost cool climate regions, capable of making classic styles from a wide range of varieties. In addition to these second-wave pioneers, Yarra is also home to a bold and exciting new breed of revolutionary winemakers who are pushing the boundaries of grape growing and winemaking
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