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Pinot Noir 98%; Sangiovese 2%.
Grapes are grown in Plantagenet's vineyards which have characteristic gravelly loam soils. The soil type is known as Mari, named after the Red Gum trees that grow in the region. These are harsh soils that result in intense flavour concentration in the grapes. These conditions were intensified in 2020, with below average rainfall throughout the growing season producing a reduce crop of high quality fruit.
Grapes were destemmed and had a 5 day cold soak before fermentation at 25⁰ C with regular punching down and pump overs. A portion of the wine had oak contact during the 7 months aging prior to bottling.
Plantagenet Wines were established in 1974. Plantagenet is the historical name that English settlers initially gave to the area of Western Australia where they are based. They own 126 hectares of vineyards in the Great Southern region.
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