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1 - 7 of 7 Wines By Jones Road
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Jones Road Chardonnay
Mornington
Available by the dozen
Tucked away off the beaten track, an ancient barn at Jones Road offers fantastic vistas of the rolling Moorooduc countryside. But the converted piggery is not just about sightseeing. The neighbouring Grange and Nepean Blocks deliver small but splendid harvests of intense Chardonnay grapes with superb flavour development and bright natural acidity. The team aim to capture all the classic Mornington Peninsula grapefruit, peach and nectarine fruit characters, retaining all the freshness whilst adding complexity and texture throughout the vinification process.
$2799each
$335DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Vines are cane pruned and shoot thinning is performed as early as possible in September to ensure a low number of shoots per vine to create an open canopy. This provides good air circulation and even ripening. Summer pruning on the northern side promotes a relatively early harvest. Hand picked fruit is whole bunch pressed and cold settled before being run to barrel or fermenters for vinification at low temperatures to preserve vital fruit characters. The French oak component is lees stirred over the course of three months to promote oak integration and textural complexity. Parcels are assembled into a style which can best achieve great elegance, character and depth. Alcohol 12.5%
 
A brilliant medium straw colour. Bouquet of citrus, stonefruit and developed lees richness. Oyster shell complexity with hints of caramel, barrel ferments and vanilla. A wonderful mineral texture on the taut, fruit filled palate, offering great length while exhibiting drying grapefruit characters, peaches and nectarine, smooth complex texture and effortless balance.
Jones Road Nepean Chardonnay
Mornington
Available in cartons of six
$3999each
$477DOZEN
EACH
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Jones Road Nepean Pinot Noir
Mornington
Available in cartons of six
$3999each
$477DOZEN
EACH
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Jones Road Pinot Gris
Mornington
Available by the dozen
Picked off a tally of vineyard blocks on the Jones Road property further down Mornington Peninsula, the fruit is treated to extended hang time for a fuller, luscious Pinot Gris. Vinified through the action of wild indigenous yeasts, without any crushing or destemming, a portion in seasoned French oak barriques. Artfully crafted and tastefully assembled, a savoury sauvage style, the palate reveals a delicious core of flower blossom and apple nut flavours, unravelling more spice complexity as it finishes, engaging, amenable and urbane.
$2499each
$299DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Jones Road Pinot Noir
Mornington
Picked off a parcel which yields a superior harvest every year, a closely husbanded copse of vine that's been trained to produce a minimal crop of stellar quality Pinot Noir. Treated to a traditional course of indigenous open ferments, filled to a selection of seasoned and new French oak barriques for malolactic and eleven months élevage. Plenty of Pinosity for the enthusiast, character and complexity, spiced forest berries over a handsome layer of fine grained savoury tannins oak. Terrific balance and resolve, a lasting, impressive cherry stone finish.
$2799each
$335DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
 
Deep scarlet hues. Red cherry bouquets, apples delicious and sasafras nose, cocoa and caraway, French oak woven throughout. The palate is supple, seamless and lithe, its framework of velvet tannins in support of crunchy red fruit and fleshy cherry flavours. Terrific balance and resolve, a deeply satisfying bucolic style of Pinot Noir to match with delicate meats.
Jones Road Sauvignon Blanc
Mornington
Available by the dozen
Jones Road have taken the trip from their digs at Mornington, to sow plantings of vine on the most propitous vistas in Yarra Valley. Grapes are hand picked off an exquisite single block of Sauvignon Blanc at Yarra Glen, sorted for quality and brought to the Sticks wineworks for vinification. A third of the wine is filled to French oak for completion of ferments and a term of repose on yeast lees. The judicious exposure to oak makes a muti dimensional Sauvignon Blanc of added palate richness, bright natural acidity keeps the finish, crisp and fresh.
$2299each
$275DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
Jones Road Syrah
Mornington
Available by the dozen
Tucked away off the beaten track along Godings Road, a rustic barn offers fantastic vistas of the rolling Moorooduc countryside. The misty mornings and generous afternoon sunlight create a mesoclime which encourages the vines to yield small bunches of intensely flavoured Shiraz. The best bunches are identified, gently picked and gingerly sorted, destemmed and open fermented, hand plunged and filled to a mix of French oak barriques for malolactic and ten months élevage, bottled unfined for optimal sauvage appeal.
$2599each
$309DOZEN
EACH
DOZEN
 
Deeply garnet red. A range of ripe dark berry and plum fruit bouquets, brambles and pot pourri, tri couleur poivre and cool climate spice. A palate full of compotes and fleshy ripe plum fruit, the tannins are long, elegant and refined, the finish is juicy, fresh and exquisitely balanced, continues to unravel layers of spice and savoury complexity as it breathes and evolves.
The Frewer family established Jones Road vineyard in 1997 at Somerville on the Mornington Peninsula overlooking Westernport Bay

The dream turned to anguish and the worry turned to joy. The journey of establishing Jones Road has been a trauma and a delight. Always with the same goal and focus on producing something fantastic. The rewards for many years in the business has brought knowledge, friendships, excitement and eternal optimism of one day producing wines with world wide recognition but more importantly self satisfaction that the wines are appreciated by many people. With every vintage the wines are improving and every vintage the knowledge and understanding of vineyards, terroir, winemaking techniques and requirement best suited to the grapes is increasing. The team are very happy with the way Jones Road wines are progressively attaining recognition and look forward to the next vintage. The future is looking very exciting at Jones Road.

Jones Road

The maritime climate of this region produces some of Australia's best cool climate wines because of late ripening, fertile soil and careful vineyard management. Since those early days Jones Road have secured lease on 2 other vineyards on The Peninsula. One at the Port Phillip side, close to the water and the other at Balnarring near the Westernport Bay. This has increased the vines to 60 acres. With these extra parcels of fruit it gives the winemakers an opportunity to blend from the different sites, mixing different terroirs. The vineyard manager has gained recognition for his attention to detail and care of his vines. This has lead to other vineyards requesting his advice and operational skills. He is now caring for a further six properties on The Peninsula.

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Jones Road's varietals were carefully chosen to suit both the cool climate conditions and yet supply a good selection of premium wines. The Mornington Peninsula has developed a reputation for producing some outstanding Pinot Noir and Chardonnays whilst Pinot Gris and Grigio are gaining popularity.

The vines are managed throughout the year with traditional skills, all being hand pruned and harvested. Yields are deliberately kept low to enable the vine to produce the finest quality fruit with exciting tannin structure enchancing the fruit with the special terroir of the fine vineyard sites.

Winemaking at Jones Road starts in the vineyard. Careful management of yields and hand picking ensure the grapes reach the winery in premium condition. Vineyard owner, Rob Frewer, and son Matthew, vineyard manager have nurtured the vine since planting and always take a hands-on approach throughout the year especially at vintage when timing is critical for optimum baume, pH and acid levels.

Wines are made at the Sticks Winery in nearby Yarra Valley by winemaker Travis Bush. Here they are given special traditional treatment whilst using the best handling methods combined with the latest technology. The wines are matured in the finest quality new French oak for at least ten months before being bottled and laid to rest until the flavours develop. The signature Jones Road style gently combines intense cool-climate fruit character with gentle winemaking complexity. The vines are cane pruned and bud numbers are carefully managed. A VSP trellis ensures an open canopy and careful leaf plucking allows the harvest of consistently ripe, healthy fruit. The winemaking approach is based on carefully enhancing the innate fruit character to make a fresh, complex and distinctive wine. A unique area of the Nepean Block was specifically targeted for a reserve quality wine. Vines were cane pruned to produce no more than 18 shoots per vine. Bunch thinning, to one per shoot is practiced to concentrate all available plant resources into the single bunch.

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Tucked away off the beaten track at Jones Road, a rustic barn offers fantastic vistas of the rolling Moorooduc countryside. Whether you choose to be inside or outside on the terrace, you can relax and soak up the great atmosphere and savour this little piece of paradise. Wine tasting at the converted piggery is not just about sampling wine. It is an experience. Sharing stories, learning about viticulture, vinification techniques, marketing and the Jones Road philosophy of what wine really is all about.

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