Rainer Breit and partner Wendy Oliver purchased their property in 1996 with 1.6 hectares of what were then 11-year-old pinot noir vines. Rainer Breit, a self-taught winemaker, uses the full bag of pinot noir winemaking tricks: cold-soaking, hot-fermentation, post-ferment maceration, part inoculated and partly wild yeast use, prolonged lees contact, and bottling the wine neither fined nor filtered. James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 2008

  • Curlewis Reserve Pinot Noir 2004

    [SOLD-OUT] Curlewis Reserve Pinot Noir 2004

    Region: VIC- Geelong

    Bottled 2nd May 2006. A real attempt to create superfine walnut tannins that set good Burgundy above the new world lookalikes. We have continued with a couple of new viticultural techniques here to get more structure and greater physiological ripeness...