The Meadowbank Wines Story
Meadowbank was first planted in 1974 prior to the purchase of the estate by Gerald and Sue Ellis in 1976. The initial plantings were small, but the business was enthusiastically grown by Gerald into the premium offering that is seen today. Partnering with friend and winemaker Peter Dredge, the next chapter is now being written. ‘Meadowbank’ is the purest realisation of what our vineyard and Tasmania can offer. Located in the verdant Coal River Valley, north of Hobart in Tasmania, Meadowbank has two estate vineyards spanning over 50 hectares. The primary vineyard sites are at Cambridge and Glenora. Modern winemaking influence is obvious in these well packaged, cleanly made wines. Reflecting their cool climate origins, the winemaking team pick at physiological ripeness to elicit the most natural expression of their fruit.
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The Brief
How's it taste?
White peach, lemon curd, cashew and a little spice. It’s cool, but kind of juicy, with a gentle drizzle of honey through lemon and nectarine flavour, firm powdery and flinty texture, quite nutty and saline, crisp and long through the finish.
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95 Points
Tyson Stelzer - Halliday's Wine Companion
Estate fruit from the Derwent Valley Vineyard, planted 1987. Wild fermented in French oak puncheons, some without SO2, and monthly bâtonnagee. Unfined. All the tension and presence of this historic estate high in the Derwent Valley. Impressive concentration of lemon, grapefruit, and white peach, evenly supported by cashew nut French oak. A grand finish of focus and endurance rides on a laser beam of cool, crystalline acidity. Long-term prospects.
Expert Review
Expert Review
94 Points
Gary Walsh - The Wine Front
Another vineyard planted in 1987. A very solid performance put in by this wine, over the years. White peach, lemon curd, cashew, and a little spice. It’s cool, but kind of juicy, with a gentle drizzle of honey through lemon and nectarine flavour, firm powdery and flinty texture, quite nutty and saline, crisp and long through the finish. Also, slightly umami too, which is nice. Excellent.
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